The Electrical and Electronics Engineering program at SRM offers students an opportunity to gain mastery over the discipline through a hands-on approach to the design and engineering of hardware, software, and embedded systems. Our undergraduate program provides the student with a rigorous and balanced foundation in physics, mathematics and computing; core courses in electronics, information systems and digital systems; and the development of skills in the analysis and design of systems. Students are exposed to a wide range of applications and the challenges involved. Our curriculum prepares the student for the workplace or further study by gaining mastery of the concepts through projects and assignments, experience in real-world applications and practices through industry internships, and exposure to ongoing research problems and the methodology of research and innovation through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP).
The Bachelor of Science is intended for students wishing to study biology, enter medical school, attend a graduate program in the sciences, or get started in research. The undergraduate minor is intended for students with an interest in Biology, but only enough time to complete a few courses.
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The coterm program is intended for current Stanford undergraduates with an interest in simultaneously obtaining a Master's degree in Biology.
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