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M.S. v/s M.S.E. in electrical engineering at ASU
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M.S. v/s M.S.E. in electrical engineering at ASU

I just got admit from Arizona State University in MSE in electrical engineering.
"MSE is a non-thesis program and MS includes thesis program" this is what I know right now.Brick wall

Can some one tell the difference b/w them?
and also when and How to apply for MS program?

09-09-2017 04:25 PM
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RE: M.S. v/s M.S.E. in electrical engineering at ASU

All you had to do was search through the existing threads on Edulix Brick wallBrick wallRolling Eyes anyway, here you go, read through this thread which will point you to many discussions on this topic.

1) Please mention as many details as possible about your academics, research and work-ex, in terms of projects worked on, technologies used, roles/responsibilities handled, papers published/presented, awards/honors obtained, etc. All those have to be put in the misc details section of your UniSearch profile if you expect any help on Edulix. Also, before requesting for profile evaluations, please go through this excellent post.

2) Please take some time out to read these three threads in their entirety. PLEASE do that before asking questions about universities from a comparison perspective, or jobs, or coursework, or H-1B visas, or "placements", irrespective of which univ/department/program/major you're applying to.

I love to read, and then I regurgitate. I write - a lot - as my posts here and on other outlets would show. I do not make apologies for what I write (and how long it is). I do not sugarcoat things either. I don't tolerate vague questions, for any reasons - ignorance arising out of an inability to locate information when the necessary tools to do so (i.e. the internet, libraries, university websites, other forums/bulletin boards, etc.) are readily available, is not any kind of an acceptable excuse.

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09-09-2017 11:44 PM
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