Teams implement a complex analog IC.

Taught with EE 454 with differentiated assignments for graduate students. EE 541 Antennas and RadiationBasic antenna analysis and design. 3 Credits, © 2014 New Mexico State University - Board of Regents, Notice of Non-Discrimination and Equal Opportunity, ANTH 125G, Introduction to World Cultures or, GOVT 100G, American National Government or, GOVT 110G, Introduction to Political Science or, GOVT 160G, International Political Issues, HIST 201G, Introduction to Early American History/li>, HIST 202G, Introduction to Recent American History.

Taught with EE 446. EE 536 Power System Overvoltage TransientsIntroduction of the origin and analysis of overvoltage and other transients in power systems. EE 526 CMOS Image SensorsDesign, simulation, layout and testing of CMOS image sensors. College of Engineering CHEM 433H Physical Chemistry I – Honors EE 528 Fundamentals of PhotonicsRay, wave and guided optics, lasers and thermal sources, radiometry, photon detection and signal-to-noise ratio. Topics include differential equation techniques, integral equation methods, hybrid techniques, algorithm development and implementation, and error analysis.

EE 516 Electromagnetic Theory IIContinuation of EE 515. BCHE 241 Introduction to Research Pre/Corequisite: EE 543.

Complete 2-3 Social & Behavioral Science courses from the following: Humanities & Fine Arts

3 Credits, College Algebra Crosslisted with: PHYS 529. Applications in diffraction, coherent and incoherent imaging, and optical signal processing. EE 530 Environmental Management Seminar ISame as CHE 530,CE 530,IE 530. Operating principles of several harvesting techniques such as solar, tidal, thermal, vibration, linear motion, passive and active human power generation methods will be discussed along with experiments which help confirm these concepts as viable means for energy harvesting.

EE 572 Modern Coding TheoryError control techniques for digital transmission and storage systems. Crosslisted with: MATH 509.

CHEM 538 Chemical Kinetics The Phlebotomy and Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) courses will prepare you for the workforce. BIOL Crosslisted with: PHYS 571. Recommended preparation is EE 351 and EE 480 or equivalent.

Recommended preparation is EE 312 and EE 480 or equivalent. The following graduate level courses are offered in the Klipsch of School of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Recommended foundation is EE 314 andEE351. Prerequisite: EE 571 or consent of instructor. CHEM 471 Instrumental Analysis

Continuation of EE 494 and EE 544.

General Education at NMSU provides all students with a broad foundation and common framework upon which to develop knowledge and skills, social consciousness and respect for self and others, thus enabling them to function responsibly and effectively now and in the future. The following is a list of the core graduate courses in the various areas together with a list of selected topics courses that are offered upon demand. CHEM 314 Organic Chemistry II E S Prerequisite: adequate score on the Mathematics Placement Examination (see note above.) CHEM 506 Atomic and Molecular Structure in Inorganic Chemistry EE 615 Computational Electromagnetics CHEM 101 General Supplemental Instruction I Elements of photonic crystals, polarization, acousto-optics, electro-optics, and optical nanostructures. Recommended preparation is EE 493 or equivalent. E S Prerequisite: EE 571.

BIOL

The Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the New Mexico State University invites applications for two tenure-track assistant professor positions in (1) Power Systems and (2) Autonomous and Human-Robotic Systems. 3 Credits, Laboratory Science You will perform venipunctures on patients but always with the assistance of phlebotomists at the facility.

4 Credits, Computer Literacy CHEM 456H Inorganic Chemistry – Honors EE 566 Parallel Computer Architecture IParallel computer architectures primarily focused on message-passing architectures, but including shared-memory architectures. EE 548 Introduction to RadarBasic concepts of radar. 1. CHEM 304 Organic Supplemental Instruction II The second eight weeks of the semester are clinical rotations at Artesia General and Tricore Labs in Carlsbad. Taught with EE 493 with differentiated assignments for graduate students. These courses provide the basic theories and tools of economic development and will serve as prerequisites for many courses to follow.

May be repeated for a maximum of 18 credits.

Algorithms for constructing the bus impedance matrix; sparse matrix techniques; partial- inverse methods; compensation of mutual coupling.

CHEM 545 Molecular and Biochemical Genetics