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Laboratory Ready for MSECE Intake

Laboratory Ready for 2014 MSECE Intake

As part of the preparation for the upcoming Master of Sciences in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE) program, Carnegie Mellon University in Rwanda (CMU-R) has recently set up a new computer and electrical laboratory on campus.
The laboratory is equipped with state of the art Universal Software Radio Peripherals (USRP); wave generators; oscilloscopes; function analysers; logic analysers; and programmable power generators. While this laboratory will be an essential workspace for students of the MSECE program, MSIT students will also use the laboratory for their wireless classes. To view photographs of the new laboratory click here.
ECE is the largest department within the Carnegie Mellon Institute of Technology and its programs are currently offered at different locations around the world. Staffed by over 100 faculty members the department serves approximately 450 undergraduate and 400 graduate students.
Within the MSECE program, CMU-R will offer a stimulating and unique opportunity to study with faculty, researchers and other M.Sc. students in one of the world'™s most rapidly developing economies.
CMU-Rwanda is ideally placed to run this course due to its strength in telecommunications and wireless networks, mobile computing, energy systems, information and communication technology (ICT), and its emphasis on emerging ICT innovations and applications in Africa.
For more information on the degree requirements and program procedures, please see the ECE MS website. For admissions, please use the MS ECE online application system.