The following courses will be offered in the 2021-2022 academic year. Course names link to descriptions in the RMC Graduate Calendar.
RMC courses will be delivered remotely during the Fall 2021 semester unless otherwise noted below. Winter 2022 semester courses are currently expected to be taught in-person.
EE502 is compulsory for all Masters students and is not acceptable in the program of study for Doctoral students.
|EE502||Applied Research in Electrical and Computer Engineering||Dr Chan
|EE503||Wheeled Mobile Robots: Modeling, Control and Instrumentation||Dr Liu|
|EE511||Digital Signal Processing||Dr McGaughey|
|EE523||Integrated Navigation Systems||Dr Noureldin|
|EE543||Radar Basics and Applications||Dr Antar|
|EE578||Introduction to Computer Systems And Network Security Note 1||Dr Leblanc|
Threat and Attack Techniques Note 1, Note 2
|EE513||Topics in Electrical Engineering (Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks)||Dr Karim|
|EE517||Adaptive Filtering Theory||Dr Noureldin|
|EE519||Synthesis of Digital Systems||Dr Chabini|
|EE533||Hardware Implementation of Digital Signal Processing||Dr Beguenane|
|EE537||Antenna Engineering||Dr Antar|
|EE547||Digital Forensics Note 1||Dr Roberge|
|EE549||Digital Communications||Dr Chan|
Analysis Note 1
|EE580||Applied Cyber Operations Note 1, Note 3||Dr Knight|
|EE581||Electronic Warfare Systems Engineering||Dr Bray|
|EE597||Operational Technology Cybersecurity Note 1, Note 4||Prof Lachine|
While many graduate courses are offered at RMC, we list a few here that may be of some interest to our students.
The Master of Business Adminsitration Program offers the following course :
The Master of Public Administration Program offers the following courses:
The Mathematics and Computer Science Department offers the following graduate courses this year:
The list of graduate courses offered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen's university can be found here.
The list of graduate courses offered by the Queen's School of Computing can be found here.
The class schedule for the graduate courses offered by the Computer Security Laboratory in the Fall 2021 semester will be posted here.
For more information about our graduate program, please contact the Chair of the ECE Graduate Studies Committee, Dr Sylvain P. Leblanc.
Any suggestions for updates or improvements to this page should be directed to Dr Sylvain P. Leblanc.
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