The master's degree program consists of a general curriculum of prescribed courses. Students must study individually under the direction of a professor and present the results of their research at conference. On successful completion of a master's thesis and required examinations, a student is granted a degree of Master of Engineering.

Master's Programs (two year period)

  1. Fundamentals of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
    Advanced Electromagnetism, Advanced Electric Circuits, Advanced Instrumentation Engineering
  2. Electric Power and Electrical Machinery
    Advanced Electrical Machinery, Advanced Electric Power Engineering, Advanced Control Engineering
  3. Electronics and Communication
    Advanced Electronic Circuits, Advanced Communication Engineering, Advanced Optics, Advanced Illuminating Engineering
  4. Electronic and Electrical Materials
    Advanced Solid State Physics, Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Advanced Materials
  5. Common Lectures
    Advanced Mathematics, Computer Graphics