电气与计算机工程专业排名暂无排名 ，US News 2018
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Entering students are required to have completed a bachelor.s degree with at least a 3.0 GPA in all coursework taken in the junior and senior years. The overall GPA must also be at least a 3.0 GPA.
The UCLA Application for Graduate Admission typically becomes available on the second Monday in September. Applications for the following Fall Quarter are accepted from September until December 15th. All applications must be paid and submitted by midnight (PST) on December 15 in order to be considered for admission. Late applications are not considered.
All applications must be submitted and paid by the deadline. Read the instructions carefully. The application is located here.
All candidates to the MS and PhD programs must have received a bachelor’s degree from an accredited and recognized college or university. The University Graduate Division requires that applicants have a minimum of 3.0/4.0 on all Jr/Sr coursework completed. However, the most competitive applicants have GPAs within the range of the most recently admitted applications. These statistics are listed here.
Applicants must upload a copy of their transcript as part of their electronic application. UCLA is no longer requiring official transcripts at the time of the application. Applicants who are recommended for admission and accept our offer will then be required to submit official transcripts from their institutions.
International Students who are admitted to our program are still advised to submit official transcripts if they are recommended for admission as UCLA will not be able to issue the required documents needed to apply for a student visa.
Note: All applicants are still required to upload unofficial transcripts as part of the online application..The shipping address for these documents is:
ATTN: Admissions Coordinator
All applicants must have the Educational Testing Service (ETS) report official scores for the General GRE by 5:00PM (PST) on January 1. Applicants are also encouraged to upload copies of their student score reports in the additional documents section of their electronic application.
There is no minimum or required score. However, the most competitive applicants will have scores comparable to the average of the previous year’s admits. These numbers are located here. Students may submit multiple score reports, but only the most recent scores are considered for admission.
Institution Code = 4837
Department Code = 1203
GRE scores are valid for 5 years prior to the date of application.
All applicants must provide the name and email address for 3 individuals who have agreed to provide letters of recommendation.
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department prefers letters from academic faculty. However, applicants may choose to provide ONE letter from a professional reference. The application allows for 4 letters to be submitted. Only the first 3 letters are guaranteed to be reviewed. Applicants may choose to provide a 4th letter if they wish.
The online application program allows applicants the ability to send reminders, change recommendation letter writer information, and verify receipt of letters of recommendation. Letters must be received electronically by 5:00PM (PST) on January 1.
All letters must be submitted using the online application. No paper or emailed letters are accepted by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
Applicants who have studied outside of the USA or in another country in which English is the primary spoken language of daily life and the medium of instruction are required to provide TOEFL or IELTS test scores. The minimum scores required are
TOEFL minimums are:
IELTS minimum of 7.0
Internet total of 87
Computer total of 220
Paper total of 560
Applicants who must provide proof of English proficiency must have the Educational Testing Service (ETS) or IELTS report official scores by 5:00PM (PST) on January 1. Applicants are also encouraged to upload copies of their student score reports in the additional documents section of their electronic application.
TOEFL & IELTS scores are valid two years prior to application. Additional details on this requirement are outlined on the UCLA Graduate Division website.
TOEFL Institution Code = 4837
TOEFL Department Code = 66
The shipping address for the IELTS score report is:
UCLA Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office of Graduate Student Affairs
420 Westwood Plaza
57-127 Engineering IV
Los Angeles, CA 90095-1594
Statement of Purpose
The Statement of Purpose (SOP) should be precise and brief. The statement should be no more than 2 pages and should contain only those personal details that would aid the admissions review process.
The SOP is also used to match admitted students with assigned advisors. All applicants are encouraged to be as specific as possible in their SOP. General descriptions such as “Electrical Engineering” are not specific enough. Indicating what branch of Electrical Engineering (such as communications, signal processing, controls, etc.) interests you is much more helpful in the review and advisor matching process.
Please note: No updates of the SOP are accepted. All applicants are encouraged to double-check all aspects of their application before submitting. The document included in the application is the ONLY one accepted by the department.
A Resume/CV is required from all applicants. Please upload the Resume/CV onto the “Supporting Documents” section of the application.
Please note: No updates of the Resume/CV are accepted. All applicants are encouraged to double-check all aspects of their application before submitting. The document included in the application is the ONLY one accepted by the department.
The writing sample is part of the University application. It is not required by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. However, if a writing sample is submitted as part of the application, it will be available for the review committee’s consideration and may be used as part of the evaluation. No updates of the writing sample will be accepted. All applicants are encouraged to double-check all aspects of their application before submitting.
Application for Departmental Funding
The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department does not have a separate application for departmental funding. All admitted students are considered for departmental funding.
TA positions are reserved for students in their 2nd+ year in our program. Therefore, first year applicants are not eligible for TA positions.
Each faculty member determines which students (both those recommended for admission by the admissions committee, and current ECE Graduate students) will be offered GSR positions in his/her lab.
More Funding Information is located by using the link on the left.
Personal History Statement
The personal history statement is part of the University application. It is not required by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department. However, if a personal history statement is submitted as part of the application, it will be available for the review committee’s consideration and may be used as part of the evaluation. No updates of the personal history statement will be accepted. All applicants are encouraged to double-check all aspects of their application before submitting.
As of July 1, 2017, the Electrical Engineering Department has been renamed the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department.
After two years of planning, in July of 2017, the department was re-named to Electrical and Computer Engineering to better reflect the full scope of the discipline. As part of this change, a new undergraduate major was introduced. In addition to traditional coursework in computer hardware and software, this program allows students to focus on emerging technology such as the internet of things, robotic systems, and mobile/wearable/implantable computing devices.
Computer Engineering majors will take courses in both the Electrical and Computer Engineering and Computer Science departments, which will jointly administer the degree. As part of a capstone project to be completed over two consecutive academic quarters, students will work in teams to build a connected system of their own design, with all required elements including fabricated hardware, task-specific software, sensors, and controls.
201A. VLSI Design Automation
201C. Modeling of VLSI Circuits and Systems
201D. Design in Nanoscale Technologies
M202A. Embedded Systems
M202B. Energy-Aware Computing and Cyber-Physical Systems
202C. Networked Embedded Systems Design
205A. Matrix Analysis for Scientists and Engineers
M206. Machine Perception
208A. Analytical Methods of Engineering I
M208B. Functional Analysis for Applied Mathematics and Engineering
M208C. Topics in Functional Analysis for Applied Mathematics and Engineering
209AS. Special Topics in Circuits and Embedded Systems
209BS. Seminar: Circuits and Embedded Systems
210A. Adaptation and Learning
210B. Inference over Networks
211A. Digital Image Processing I
212A. Theory and Design of Digital Filters
212B. Multirate Systems and Filter Banks
213A. Advanced Digital Signal Processing Circuit Design
M214A. Digital Speech Processing
214B. Advanced Topics in Speech Processing
215A. Analog Integrated Circuit Design
215B. Advanced Digital Integrated Circuits
215C. Analysis and Design of RF Circuits and Systems
215D. Analog Microsystem Design
215E. Signaling and Synchronization
M216A. Design of VLSI Circuits and Systems
216B. VLSI Signal Processing
M216C. LSI in Computer System Design
M217. Biomedical Imaging
218. Network Economics and Game Theory
219. Large-Scale Data Mining: Models and Algorithms
221A. Physics of Semiconductor Devices I
221B. Physics of Semiconductor Devices II
221C. Microwave Semiconductor Devices
222. Integrated Circuits Fabrication Processes
223. Solid-State Electronics I
224. Solid-State Electronics II
225. Physics of Semiconductor Nanostructures and Devices
229. Seminar: Advanced Topics in Solid-State Electronics
229S. Advanced Electrical Engineering Seminar
230A. Detection and Estimation in Communication
230B. Digital Communication Systems
230C. Signal Processing in Communications
230D. Algorithms and Processing in Communication Systems
231A. Information Theory
231B. Network Information Theory
231E. Channel Coding Theory
232A. Stochastic Modeling with Applications to Telecommunication Systems
232B. Telecommunication Switching and Queueing Systems
232C. Telecommunication Architecture and Networks
232D. Communications Networking and Traffic Management for Autonomous Mobile Systems
232E. Graphs and Network Flows
233. Wireless Communications System Design, Modeling, and Implementation
234A. Network Coding Theory and Applications
235A. Mathematical Foundations of Data Storage Systems
236A. Linear Programming
236B. Convex Optimization
236C. Optimization Methods for Large-Scale Systems
M237. Dynamic Programming
238. Multimedia Communications and Processing
239AS. Special Topics in Signals and Systems
239BS. Seminar: Signals and Systems
M240A. Linear Dynamic Systems
240B. Linear Optimal Control
M240C. Optimal Control
241A. Stochastic Processes
M242A. Nonlinear Dynamic Systems
C243A. Neural Signal Processing and Machine Learning
M248S. Seminar: Systems, Dynamics, and Control Topics
M250B. Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Fabrication
M252. Microelectromechanical Systems (MEMS) Device Physics and Design
M256A. Evaluation of Research Literature in Neuroengineering
M257. Nanoscience and Technology
260A. Advanced Engineering Electrodynamics
261. Microwave and Millimeter Wave Circuits
262. Antenna Theory and Design
263. Reflector Antennas Synthesis, Analysis, and Measurement
266. Computational Methods for Electromagnetics
270. Applied Quantum Mechanics
271. Classical Laser Theory
272. Dynamics of Lasers
273. Nonlinear Photonics
274. Optical Communication and Sensing Design
279AS. Special Topics in Physical and Wave Electronics
279BS. Seminar: Physical and Wave Electronics
279CS. Clean Green IGERT Brown-Bag Seminar
CM282. Science, Technology, and Public Policy
285A. Plasma Waves and Instabilities
285B. Advanced Plasma Waves and Instabilities
M287. Fusion Plasma Physics and Analysis
M293. Intellectual Property for Technology Entrepreneurs and Managers
295. Academic Technical Writing for Electrical Engineers
296. Seminar: Research Topics in Electrical Engineering
297. Seminar Series: Electrical Engineering
298. Seminar: Engineering
299. M.S. Project Seminar
375. Teaching Apprentice Practicum
M495. Teaching Preparation Seminar: Teaching and Writing Pedagogies for Electrical Engineers
596. Directed Individual or Tutorial Studies
597A. Preparation for M.S. Comprehensive Examination
598. Research for and Preparation of M.S. Thesis