Summary of Procedures

  1. Apply for an assistantship, if pertinent, with the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
  2. Become familiar with requirements for the desired degree, as outlined in the "Bulletin".
  3. Consult with the departmental advisor and become oriented to the departmental procedures.
  4. Obtain registration materials from the Graduate School and plan schedule of study for the first semester of course work.
  5. Establish an advisory committee through the department head and departmental advisor during the first semester.
  6. Access DegreeWorks on the Graduate School Web Site, create the plan of study and submit to the Graduate School a plan approved by the advisory committee and department head at least one semester prior to the semester in which you plan to graduate.
  7. Consult with the advisor on approval for the thesis plan, if pertinent, and become familiar with the Electronic Thesis-Dissertation Guide.
  8. Submit the Graduation Application to determine if all requirements are being met by the end of the semester immediately preceding the semester in which you plan to graduate.
  9. Prepare the thesis manuscript.
  10. Arrange for final oral examination (the result is reported using Form 9).
  11. Submit the final thesis manuscript to the Graduate School.
  12. Submit a bound hardcopy of thesis to the department within 2 weeks after submitting the final electronic version to the graduate school.
Also, refer to the checklist at the Graduate School web site.

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