Master of Science in Optical Engineering

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  • Course description
    The Physics and Optical Engineering Department offers a terminal masters degree in Optical Engineering which prepares students for jobs in industry. A bachelor of science in science or engineering is required for admission to this program. The program of study includes five core courses in Optical Engineering, four elective courses, a thesis project, and an oral thesis defense. The thesis project will, as far as possible, address a "real-world" problem that would be of mutual interest to an industrial sponsor, the student and the student's advisory committee chairperson. Normally, it takes a student five quarters to complete the requirements for the M.S. (Optical Engineering) degree.

    The Physics and Optical Engineering Department also offers an undergraduate area minor in Optical Engineering and a B.S. (OE) degree. The M.S. (Optical Engineering) program complements the undergraduate program.

    Master of Science in Optical Engineering
    36 credit hours of course-work
    12 credit hours of thesis-work
      3 credit hours of graduate seminar
    Required Courses:
    OE 570 Special Topics in Optics
    OE 580 Lens Design and Aberrations
    OE 592 Fourier Optics & Applications
    OE 594 Guided-Wave Optics

    PLUS (unless already taken)

    OE 520 Principles of Optics*
    OE 585 Electro Optics and Applications
    OE 595 Optical Metrology
    *(unless have already taken two of OE 480, OE 450, and OE 295)
    Elective Courses: (at least three)
    OE 405/406 Semiconductor Devices and Fabrication
    OE 450 Laser Systems and Applications
    OE 493/593 Fundamentals Of Optical Fiber Communications
    OE 570 Special Topics in Optics
    PH 405/505 Semiconductor Materials and Applications
    PH 437/ECE 480 Introduction to Image Processing
    PH 440 X-rays and Crystalline Materials
    PH 537/ECE 582 Advanced Image Processing
    PH 540 Computer Physics
    BE 550 Research Methods in Biomechanics
    BE 560 Tissue-Biomaterial Interactions
    ECE 430 Microcontroller-Based Systems
    ECE 580 Digital Signal Processing
    EM 503 Advanced Vibration Analysis
    MA 431 Calculus of Vibrations
    MA 433 Numerical Analysis
    MA 434 Topics in Numerical Analysis
    ME 422 Finite Elements for Engineering Applications
    ME 435 Robotics Engineering
    ME 470 Engineering System Design
    ME 520 Computer-Aided DEsign & Manufacturing (CAD/CAM)

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