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A key objective of the doctoral program is to promote cutting edge multidisciplinary research and education in the thematic areas of Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering (EECE). The doctoral student works in conjunction with his or her advisor in designing their program of study and research. Students are selected for admission to the Program by a competitive process, and they typically start in the Fall Semester. The student is normally supported in the first year by the School through allocations made to the Department; and in following years by the faculty advisor through research grants or other external fellowships. Every student will be expected to help out as a TA in the second or third year of residency in the Department while they are working with their mentor on research. Temporary advisors will be assigned when the graduate students are admitted. On arriving to West, the student will be advised by the temporary advisor on all procedural issues. The student will choose a permanent advisor by May of the first year of residency in the program immediately after passing the qualifying examination.
The admission requirements for Phd are to: Complete at least 36 hours of post-baccalaureate coursework, Pass a written qualifying examination, to be taken before the second academic year of the program, Pass an oral preliminary research examination, to be completed within two years of passing the written qualifying examination, and at least one year prior to completion of the dissertation, Satisfy the general residency requirement for Ph.D. degrees offered by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Satisfy the general teaching requirement for Ph.D. degrees offered by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Write a doctoral dissertation that describes the results of original and creative research in a specialization within electrical engineering, Pass a final oral examination in defense of the dissertation research.
The application fee is $80. Checks must be in U.S. currency only, drawn off a U.S. bank and made payable to Washington University. Personal checks, money orders, cashier's checks and traveler's checks are acceptable. Students should mail their applications to: Gary Hochberg, Ph.D., Director, Specialized Master's Programs, Washington University in St. Louis,Olin Business School, Campus Box 1133, 1 Brookings Drive, Saint Louis, MO 63130-4899.