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BS / Master's Program

Overview

Students enrolled in any of the undergraduate degree programs in the School of Engineering & Applied Science may choose to extend their educational experience by enrolling in the five-year BS/Master’s program. The degrees, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE), Master of Science in Systems Science & Mathematics (MSSSM), Master of Engineering in Robotics (MER) and Master of Control Engineering (MCE) are all participating graduate degrees, and these may be combined with any undergraduate degree that provides the appropriate background.

Application Deadline and Scholarship Support

The framework for the BS/Master’s Program as well as its application deadline and scholarship support are available here.

Departmental Requirements for the BS/Master’s Programs

General requirements for the BS/Master’s program include the residency and other applicable requirements of the University and the School of Engineering & Applied Sciences, which are found elsewhere. In summary, students must complete all the degree requirements for both the undergraduate and graduate degrees (at least 120 units for BS plus 30 units for Master’s, 150 units in total) but are not required to complete all the undergraduate degree requirements first. Students are allowed to use up to 6 units of courses to satisfy both BS and Master's requirements. This last statement should be interpreted as follows. Students should partition all the courses (which must add up to at least 150 units) into 3 groups of courses: A, B, and C. They can use courses in A and B to satisfy the requirements for their BS. They can use courses in B and C to satisfy the requirements for their Master's. The maximum number of units for group B is 6.

BS and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

The requirements for the MSEE degree are given here.

BS and Master of Science in Systems Science & Mathematics

The requirements for the MSSSM degree are given here.

BS and Master of Control Engineering

The requirements for the MCE degree are given here.

BS and Master of Engineering in Robotics

The requirements for the MCE degree are given here.

Washington University in St. Louis School of Engineering & Applied Science, Department of Electrical & Systems Engineering

Green Hall, CB 1042, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO, USA 63130
Phone: (314) 935-5565, Fax: (314) 935-7500

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