Clemson Graduate Courses in Electrical and Computer Engineering in Charleston

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For the Summer 2016 semester, Clemson University will offer ECE 6380, Computer Communications, as an on-site lecture course at the Lowcountry Graduate Center (LGC) in North Charleston. ECE 6380 is a three-credit graduate-level course that provides an introduction to the architecture and protocols of computer networks with an engineering focus. The course will be taught by Clemson Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Dr. Harlan Russell during Clemson’s ten-week summer semester, with classes meeting at the LGC on Mondays and Thursdays, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, from May 12 through July 25.

This is the third course in a growing set of graduate-level courses in ECE which Clemson is offering in Charleston. Students who are not currently enrolled in a Clemson graduate program can apply for non-degree admission status in order to enroll in the course, which can then be applied towards the requirements of Clemson’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering if the student decides to subsequently enter a degree program. (The course may also be applicable to other Clemson graduate programs with program approval.)  Those interested in taking the course can apply for admission as a non-degree graduate student or for admission as a degree-seeking graduate student at Clemson at the web link listed below. (It is recommended that anyone interested in enrolling in ECE 6380 for this summer first apply for admission as a non-degree student, since such applications are processed more quickly than applications for a degree program.)

Questions about the course or the program may be addressed to Clemson’s ECE Graduate Program Coordinator at

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