Graduate Courses Offered in 2022-2023
The following courses will be offered in the 2022-2023 academic year, organized in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) courses for Full-Year 2022-2023, ECE courses for the Fall 2022 semester, ECE courses for the Winter 2023 semester, other RMC graduate courses, and other Queen's University graduate courses. Course names link to descriptions in the RMC Graduate Calendar and instructor names link to an email to them.
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
Friday 8:00-10:00 in Sawyer 4214.
|EE503||Wheeled Mobile Robots: Modeling, Control and Instrumentation||Dr Liu|
|EE523||Integrated Navigation Systems
Monday 9:00-12:00 in Sawyer 5213.
|EE543||Radar Basics and Applications||Dr Antar|
|EE546||Introduction to Fuzzy Logic and Neural Networks, Note 5
Monday 10:00-11:30 and Wendesday 11:30-13:00.
Advanced Topics in Power Engineering
Introduction to Computer Systems And Network Security, Note 1, Note 5
|EE593||Advanced Network Traffic Analysis, Note 1, Note 5
|EE595||Cyber Threat and Attack Techniques , Note 1, Note 2, Note 5
Monday 10:30-12:00 and Thursday 13:30-15:00.
|EE598||Artificial Intelligence in Cybersecurity, Note 5
Monday 14:40-16:30 and Friday 12:40-13:30.
|Dr Al Mallah|
|EE511||Digital Signal Processing, Note 1||Dr Elghamrawi|
|EE533||Hardware Implementation of Digital Signal Processing||Dr Beguenane|
|EE537||Antenna Engineering||Dr Antar|
|EE549||Digital Communications||Dr Chan|
Malware Analysis, Note 1, Note 5
|EE580||Applied Cyber Operations, Note 1, Note 3, Note 5||Dr Knight|
|EE581||Electronic Warfare Systems Engineering||Dr Bray|
- Enrolment in this course is limited; interested students should contact the instructor to enquire.
- This course requires significant experience with computer networking. Students are expected to be registered in or to have completed EE578 or a similar course (such as Queen's CISC866) to be permitted to enrol in EE595.
- EE578 or a similar course (such as Queen's CISC866) is a prerequisite to EE580.
- EE597 requires students to hold a particular security clearance; interested students should contact the instructor to ensure they meet this requirement.
- While all RMC courses are planned to be delivered in-person, the instructor intends to deliver this course in a hybrid manner, with some students in-person and some student participating remotely when that becomes possible. Students should keep in mind this is resource dependent, and that it will not be possible to confirm this mode of delivery until the undergraduate schedule is confirmed in August 2022.
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 Administration Program offers the following course :
- Spring/Summer 2023 semester - MBA509, Cyber Security Policy & Management, by Dr Hennessy, Dr Knight and Mr Lachine Note 1
The Master of Public Administration Program offers the following courses:
- MPA535, The Cyber Challenge, by Dr Leuprecht
- MPA591, Cyber Statecraft and National Security, by Dr Leuprecht
The Mathematics and Computer Science Department offers the following graduate courses this year:
- To be confirmed
The list of graduate courses offered by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen's university can be found at the previous link.
The list of graduate courses offered by the Queen's School of Computing can be found at the previous link.
For more information about ECE graduate graduate course offering, 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.