Exam Code: TMSTE Practice exam 2023 by Killexams.com team
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Examiner: Dr. Xiaoshan Zhu, xzhu@unr.edu

Sample texts

The exam syllabus are covered in most texts for a first course in circuit analysis with active devices. Examples of suitable texts are:

  • Electronic Circuit Analysis and Design, 4th Edition, D.A. Neamen, McGraw-Hill, 2009.
  • R. Jaeger and N. Blalock, Microelectronic Circuit Design, 2ndEdition, McGraw-Hill, 2004

Exam rules

  1. The duration of the exam is three hours.
  2. The exam is closed book (a calculator can be used), and one page of equations is allowed.
  3. The student will be asked to solve 5~7 questions.

Exam topics

The exam questions will cover the following topics:

  1. Thevenin/Norton, KVL, KCL
  2. Semiconductor properties
  3. Diodes and diode circuits
  4. BJT and BJT circuits with emphasis on analog behavior (e.g., CE, CB, CC and their small signal circuits)
  5. MOSFET and MOSFET circuits with coverage of both amplifier design and analysis and CMOS digital circuit design and analysis (e.g. CS, CG, CD and their small signal circuits)
  6. Differential amplifiers, current sources and mirrors, and output stages
  7. Frequency response of active devices
  8. Feedback theory
  9. Operational amplifier and its applications (e.g. non-ideal parameters of Op-amp, bode plot of non-inverting or inverting operational amplifier, schmitt trigger, active filter, comparator)
  10. Fundamental of digital electronics (e.g. logic gates using BJT and CMOS)

Sample Exam

View a sample Electronics Exam

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Killexams : Fundamentals of Engineering exam

When can I take the FE exam?

To be eligible to take the NCEES Fundamentals of Engineering exam, you must meet the following requirements:

  1. Completed 90 credits
  2. Achieved senior status
  3. Be enrolled in mostly 400-level courses toward your engineering degree
  4. Be enrolled in the ENGR 490 section assigned to your major department
    • Section 1002-Chemical & Materials Science Engr
    • Section 1003-Civil & Environmental Engr
    • Section 1004-Electrical & Biomedical Engr
    • Section 1005-Mechanical Engr
    • Section 1006-Geological Engr
    • Section 1007-Metallurgical & Mining Engr

For seniors ready to take the FE exam, you will still need to register for ENGR 490 the semester you plan on taking the exam. Please be mindful that if you plan on graduating in the semester you take the exam, you will need to take the exam no later than prep day to allow for adequate processing time (uploading your exam proof). Otherwise, this may delay your diploma.

CSE students are not required to take the FE exam. 

The exam will be held at any NCEES-approved testing facility year round at a testing day and time that you choose. Do not wait to sign up for an exam date! If you choose to wait to sign up for the test in the middle of or later in the semester, the testing center dates will most likely be FULL! This may cause a delay, or even denial, in receiving your diploma if you are taking the exam in your last semester. Yes, it is an expensive test, but isn't it more expensive to have wait an extra semester for your diploma?

How do I sign up for the FE exam?

Register for the exam on the NCEES website.

How do I prepare for the FE exam?

You may access and review the current FE Supplied Reference Manual, the same type you'll be using during the examination, on the NCEES website.

Study sessions are often organized by the student chapters of ASCE and ASME once a semester. Emails will be sent to students enrolled in ENGR 490, and flyers will be posted on the College's Facebook page. There is often a small cost in order to attend each session.

Please contact Sam DiMuzio (sadimuzio@unr.edu) with any questions about review sessions.

Once you've passed the FE exam

Go to the Nevada State Board of Engineering website and apply for Engineer Intern certification. Instructions on how to apply can be found on their website.

Ready to take the early PE exam?

More information about the early PE exam can be found on the Nevada State Board of Engineers website.

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Killexams : Professional Engineering Exam

As a licensed Professional Engineer, or PE, you can expect many more benefits when compared to other engineers; most employers offer higher salaries and greater opportunities for advancement to PE's. Only PE's can consult in private practice, and seal company documents to be sent to the government. PEs also have more credibility as expert witnesses in court than most engineers.

Steps in obtaining a PE license:

  • Pass the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam.
  • Graduate with a bachelor's degree from an ABET accredited engineering curriculum (all Engineering curricula at Michigan Tech except Robotics Engineering).
  • Gain four years of engineering experience under the supervision of a registered professional engineer.
  • Pass the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) Exam.

During your senior year you should take the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exam, which is required prior to sitting for the Professional Engineers (PE) Exam. Some requirements vary by state.

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Killexams : GCSE revision practice quizzes

Try these quizzes based on GCSE past papers and quick-fire questions. By working your way through the questions created by experts, you can prepare for your exams and make your GCSE revision more interesting.

The quizzes are suitable for students working on GCSE maths, biology, chemistry, physics, combined science, computer science and geography studying any awarding body specification.

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Killexams : sample CRCM exam Questions

The following questions are representative of the types of questions you will find on the CRCM (Certified Regulatory Compliance Manager) exam.

1.  A borrower has a right to rescind a loan agreement in all of the following situations except:

a. A line of credit used for the borrower's business, secured by the borrower's primary  dwelling
b. A revolving line of credit secured by the borrower's primary dwelling used to Improve the borrower's home
c. An increase of a line of credit from $5,000 to $10,000 secured by the borrower's primary dwelling
d. A loan to pay off a contract for a deed secured by the borrower's primary dwelling

2.  When opening a deposit account online, Regulation E disclosures MUST be provided at the time of account opening or: 

a. Before the first EFT occurs 
b. Along with the first periodic statement 
c. Within three business days of account opening 
d. Within three business days of a customer's request for the EFT service

3.  The primary responsibility for overseeing a bank’s inherent compliance risk should lie with which of the following?

a. Internal audit
b. Consumers
c. Board of Directors
d. Compliance officer

4.   A branch manager finds an unexplained $7,000 cash shortage in Teller #1's cash drawer. Which of the following actions must the bank take?

a. File a Currency Transaction Report (CTR) with the IRS
b. Discharge Teller #1 immediately
c. Send a notice of adverse action to the bank's federal regulator
d. File a Suspicious Activity Report (SAR)

5.  A compliance professional recently discovered the bank did not file and disclose an accurate covered agreement, as required by the CRA Sunshine Act. In order to ensure correct reporting in the future, what must be provided? 

a. All individual mortgage loans 
b. Grants or loans to fulfill CRA activity 
c. Non-public or confidential information that will be provided in the public file 
d. A copy of the agreement to the regulatory agency 24 months after the end of the term

Answer Key

1. a
2. a
3. c
4. d
5. b

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Killexams : Persona 5 Royal: exam Answers - All School and Test Questions Answered
Persona 5 Royal All exam Answers School Questions Test Answers

Looking for all the exam and school questions answers in Persona 5 Royal? Well you've come to the right place. Going to school is an important part of your life in Persona 5, and being put on the spot by your teachers is an inevitability.

Some days you'll be asked a general knowledge question, and on others, you'll have to sit through dreaded exams. Answering these questions correctly increases your Knowledge stat by a small amount, and getting high scores on your exams increases your Charm stat by a good amount. You'll also receive a reward from Sojiro back at Leblanc if you talk to him after your exam results are posted.

There are also times where you'll be asked to help out your classmates with a particular question. In these scenarios, choosing the correct answers will bolster your relationship with that character, and you'll still get a small increase to Knowledge.

Below, we've listed all question and exam answers for Persona 5 Royal.

Please note: Persona 5 Royal features both completely different and remixed questions compared to Persona 5. If you're looking for Persona 5 question and exam answers, please find that section at the bottom of this guide, or use the table of contents (below) to go straight there.

Persona 5 Royal All exam Answers School Questions Test Answers

Persona 5 Royal School exam Answers

Below you'll find a list of all Persona 5 Royal school and exam answers, organised by month in chronological order.


April 12th: Villains
April 19th: They're the same
April 23rd: All of them
April 25th: Helping Ann: You unquestionably support it, You have a duty to correct it
April 27th: Four color theorem
April 30th: Wonder, Child, A prodigy


May 6th: Fatal woman
May 10th: The Heian period

Exams Starting May 11th

May 11th

Question 1: Minamoto no Yoshitsune
Question 2 (essay): Minamoto no Yoritomo, Yoritomo won, The weak

May 12th

Question 1: Cognition
Question 2: Both

May 13th

Question 1: The Devil's Dictionary
Question 2: Femme Fatale

May (Continued)

May 16th: The placebo effect
May 19th: Katsushika Hokusai
May 21st: 1:1.414
May 23rd: Together, Senses, Senses coming together
May 26th: Arthur Conan Doyle
May 31st: John Silver

Persona 5 Royal All exam Answers School Questions Test Answers


June 4th: The halo effect
June 7th: The number of legs
June 8th: Controlling public thought
June 13th: Green
June 15th: Coins
June 20th: Helping Ann: Smartphone
June 23rd: A Pope
June 27th: Dogs
June 29th: Gold


July 1st: Barbarian's Head
July 4th: Julius and Augustus
July 7th:
Helping Ann: The Milky Way, Traditional Food, Soumen's Noodles
July 9th: A triangle
July 11th: Memories that last a long time, Infinite, Forever
July 12th: Thievery

Exams Starting July 13th

July 13th

Question 1: 64 degrees
Question 2 (essay): Zhuge Liang, Barbarians' heads, To offer them instead of heads

July 14th

Question 1: Red king crab (Paralithodes)
Question 2: It caused confusion in the economy

July 15th

Question 1: Raining cats and dogs
Question 2: Demon Guts

Persona 5 Royal All exam Answers School Questions Test Answers


September 3rd: Prosperity
September 6th: Chronostasis
September 14th: Money loans for collateral
September 17th: Cats eating human tongues
September 21st: Central Europe
September 24th: 20 white, 12 black
September 28th: Phantom, Vibration, Syndrome
September 29th: Imperial Household Agency


October 3rd: Stars
October 6th: Joseph-Ignace Guillotin
October 11th: Bouba

Exams Starting October 17th

October 17th

Question 1: 32 surfaces
Question 2 (essay): It used to be one colour, Black and white picture

October 18th

Question 1: Charles-Henri Sanson
Question 2: It's a hereditary profession

October 19th

Question 1: Slave labor
Question 2: 3 bees in all of Europe

October (Continued)

October 22nd: 15
October 24th: Memory bias

Persona 5 Royal All exam Answers School Questions Test Answers


November 2nd: A share of stolen goods
November 4th: A sword
November 8th: Any age
November 10th: Crow eyes are hard to see
November 12th: Because the voice is synthetic
November 14th: Because of high altitude
November 15th: His head was put on display
November 17th: Cochleoid


Exams Starting December 20th

December 20th

Question 1: D
Question 2 (essay): Over one billion yen, Having his head displayed, Public performance

December 21st

Question 1: Hearts
Question 2: Attend

December 22nd

Question 1: Japan
Question 2: Dreadnought


January 11th: Helping Ann: How numerous they are, The Eight Million Gods
January 14th: Iwate
January 18th: Impressive
January 21st: A snake
January 24th: Kind-hearted, Negative, Resentful
January 27th: To friends of friends of friends

Persona 5 Royal All exam Answers School Questions Test Answers

How Do You Get Top of the Class in Persona 5 Royal?

Here's how to get top exam marks in Persona 5 Royal:

In order to be top of the class in Persona 5 Royal, you'll need to satisfy these two requirements:

  1. Answer all exam questions correctly.
  2. Your Knowledge Level must be maxed. This is impossible to achieve in time for your first exam — even if you spend every second of free time studying. In order to top the class for every exam, you'll need to start New Game + with your Knowledge Level already maxed.
Persona 5 All School Test exam Answers

Persona 5 School exam Answers

Below is a list of all Persona 5 school exam answers. These answers are different to the ones you'll find in Persona 5 Royal. The list is organised by month, in chronological order.


April 12th: Logic
April 19th: C
April 23rd: Singing
April 25th: Knowing your actions are wrong, Conviction that you're right
April 27th: Four
April 30th: Wonder, Child, A prodigy


May 7th: A femme fatale
May 10th: Minamoto no Yoshitsune

Exams Starting May 11th

May 11th:

Question 1: An optical illusion
Question 2 (essay): Visual information, Brain, They have different cognitions

May 12th:

Question 1; Magistrate's patronage
Question 2: The name of a sum of currency

May 13th:

Question 1: Ignorance
Question 2: Four

May (Continued)

May 16th: Van Gogh
May 21st: The silver ratio
May 23rd: "Together" and "senses"
May 26th: Arsene Lupin, Gentleman Burglar
May 30th: William Kidd


June 4th: They were brightly coloured
June 7th: Hermit crab
June 8th: Dreams
June 11th: Three Olympic-sized pools
June 13th: The Government
June 15th: It'll change colour
June 23rd: Pope Joan
June 27th: Heavy rain
June 29th: Gold


July 1st: Baozi
July 4th: Someone pretentious said so
July 7th: Soumen
July 8th: They have the same flavor
July 9th: 180 degrees
July 11th: Luciferin
July 12th: Ishikawa Goemon

Exams Starting July 13th

July 13th:
Question 1: Nouveau riche
Question 2 (essay): Gentleman thief, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, He was boiled alive

July 14th:
Question 1: It's not related to crabs
Question 2: Television

July 15th:
Question 1: B4-size paper
Question 2: Together, Senses


September 3rd: Nothing
September 5th: Chronostasis
September 14th: The 19th century
September 17th: A cat
September 21st: Czechoslovakia
September 24th: So it shows up well on TV
September 28th: Phantom, Vibration, Syndrome
September 29th: Fishermen of Nagaragawa


October 3rd: Three watermelons in the sun
October 6th: Guillotine
October 11th: A

Exams Starting October 17th

October 17th:

Question 1: Name of the one who proposed it
Question 2 (essay): A doctor, It could execute people quickly

October 18th:

Question 1: It has 32 faces
Question 2: Slave labor

October 19th:

Question 1: Phantom Vibration Syndrome
Question 2: The Imperial Household Agency

October (Continued)

October 22nd: Five
October 24th: It's meaningless


November 2nd: Thieves' Cant
November 4th: The Holy Grail
November 8th: Zero
November 10th: An eye
November 12th: It's heavily processed
November 15th: They put makeup on him
November 17th: B
November 18th: The Summit of Mt. Fuji


Exams Starting December 20th

December 20th:

Question 1: D
Question 2 (essay): Not their real voice, They speak the same, Supplement the voice

December 21st:

Question 1: Hearts
Question 2: It includes a number

December 22nd:

Question 1: Japan
Question 2: Dreadnought

This article is part of our Persona 5 Royal Guide, which contains All Differences Between Persona 5 and Persona 5 Royal along with Crossword Answers, Exam Answers, Romance Options, How To Get The Best Ending, New Game + details for Persona 5 Royal, and How To Unlock Persona 5 Royal's New Semester Endgame.

Meanwhile, if you're looking for school answers in other Persona games, check these guides out:

Have you aced every Persona 5 Royal school question and exam? Post your results in the comments section below.

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Killexams : Frequently Asked Questions

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs


Do I apply specifically to the School of Engineering?
Students apply to the School of Engineering, School of Business or College of Arts & Sciences. Students applying to the Engineering School may either declare a major on their application or apply as undeclared in Engineering.

What is the ratio of male to female students?
Currently 24% percent of our students are female which is well above the national average. One of the reasons for this is our national ranking in regard to the percentage of female faculty members (approximately 33%; 3rd highest in the U.S.).

When do I have to decide on a major?
Students may choose to declare (or change) a major at any time, though declaration (or change) requires the approval of the department chair. It is advisable to have at least informally decided on a major by the middle of your sophomore year to make sure you can still graduate in four years. We suggest that you declare a major on your application even if you are wavering between two or three different major choices. You will be assigned an advisor in that department who will help you determine if that field of engineering is right for you.

Can I transfer into the School of Engineering once at Santa Clara University?
Yes, it is possible to transfer into the School of Engineering from the College of Arts & Sciences or the School of Business. Interested students are allowed to apply for transfer in the spring quarter of their first year by submitting an Internal Transfer Application to the School of Engineering. Applications are evaluated by the Faculty Chair of the department of interest based on space available (which changes from year to year) and the student’s academic performance in their prior quarters at Santa Clara University. With interest in several engineering departments on the rise, it is becoming increasingly difficult to gain approval for transfer into certain majors from outside of Engineering. It is impossible to forecast how many internal transfers a particular department will be able to accept for the upcoming year before the deposit deadline.

Do engineering students graduate in four years?
At the entire university, around 78% of students graduate in four years. In the School of Engineering, our students have a comparable rate of graduation. Proper course planning through adherence to department four-year plans and academic success ensure graduating within four years. Students who begin in the School of Engineering are more likely to graduate on time.

Can engineering students study abroad?
Engineering students can study abroad and, with proper planning, still graduate in four years. The best time to study abroad is normally during the SCU fall term of the junior year. This allows students to go abroad for either a quarter or a semester term overseas. Students will then return to SCU for the beginning of winter term. To stay on track in critical course sequences, students need to work with their academic advisors to select an appropriate institution and SCU-equivalent courses. SCU is a member of the Global Engineering Education Exchange (GE3), a consortium of universities around the world who offer engineering courses in English. The Study Abroad Office provides major-specific guidelines to many opportunities abroad. Studying abroad provides engineering students with an excellent global perspective on the profession.

Are there opportunities to do research as an Undergraduate?
While each department differs, SCU undergraduate engineering students have numerous opportunities to be involved with faculty research projects. Many faculty members actually depend heavily on undergraduate students to help conduct their research. Interested students should consult faculty members conducting research in a particular area of interest to learn more about such opportunities. In addition to several University resources available to undergraduate students, the School of Engineering supports 10-15 students to do paid summer research with a faculty member each year through an endowed fund. For additional information, check out
Kuehler Undergraduate Research page.

Do you accept transfer students?
Yes, contact the SCU Admissions Office to learn more about transfer requirements and guidelines for each major.

How about international students?
International students are also welcome. Contact the SCU Admissions Office to learn more about international student requirements.

What is the average salary of a SCU engineering student after they graduate?
Median starting salary for engineering graduates in 2014 was $65,500.

Do I need a computer? Apple or PC?
Students need not have their own personal computer although having a computer will offer many conveniences. The University, School of Engineering, and many of the departments all provide computing facilities for student use. These computing labs allow students to access the technical software packages needed for course assignments, laboratory write-ups, and special projects. Since personal computers now serve so many functions, most students do own either a desktop or a laptop system. Most student use PCs, but since students can utilize computer labs for any PC required software, many students also use Apple computers and laptops.

Can I double major or have a minor?
While Computer Science and Engineering is the most popular second major, we have students who double major or minor in many different fields from music, dance, and history to business, physics, and Spanish.

What is the difference between engineering disciplines?
Bioengineering is the application of electrical, chemical, mechanical, and other engineering principles to understand, modify, or control biological systems. Examples of bioengineering advances include: artificial knee and hip joints, cardiac pacemakers, kidney dialysis machines, arthroscopic surgical tools, MRI and CAT Scanning systems, inhaleable insulin systems, automated defibrillators, genomics and proteomics.

Civil Engineers plan, design, build, and maintain the facilities essential to our civilization: bridges, dams, highways, transit systems, airports, tunnels, irrigation systems, water supply, and industrial and commercial buildings.

Computer Engineers are concerned with all aspects of computer hardware and software as well as the mathematical foundations of computation.

Electrical Engineers are concerned with information representation and transmission, advancing integrated circuit design for digital, analog and mixed systems, new devices and architectures, and all the areas of circuits and systems that have traditionally supported these efforts. This includes all phases of the digital or analog transmission of information such as radio, television, telephone systems, fiber optics, wireless communication, and satellite communications, as well as control and robotics, electric power, information processing and storage.

Mechanical Engineers are concerned with all aspects of design, development, control, and manufacture of mechanical systems and energy conversion systems.

Can I participate in athletics and still study engineering?
We have had many successful students in engineering and athletics. It requires dedication and a demanding schedule. (Athletes are often familiar with managing a tightly constrained schedule.)

What internship opportunities are available for engineering students?
Internships are becoming increasingly important in helping prepare engineering students for their professional careers. Internships allow students to see first-hand how companies and their employees function on a day-to-day basis. Intern positions frequently serve as a bridge between the problem-solving skills learned at school and the skills needed for professional practice. Employers often check a student’s resume to see if such experience has been obtained prior to graduation. With our Silicon Valley location, our students are in a prime position to find numerous internship opportunities. Students as early as the summer following their freshman year find internships in the area. The University Career Center collects lists of internship opportunities and works with engineering students to find companies in their area of interest. Many students receive full-time, post-graduation employment offers from the companies they have worked for as interns.


Is Santa Clara University nationally ranked?
Yes, most definitely. For more than 18 years, SCU has been ranked by U.S. News and World Report as 2nd best in the West among predominately master degree granting universities. In addition, according to the
2016 U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges rankings, SCU’s first-year retention rate of 95% ranks the highest of any master’s university in the country, and the 85% graduation rate is the highest in the West. Santa Clara University’s School of Engineering jumped two spots from 2015 to No. 12 in the top engineering programs offered by master’s universities across the country.

How many times a year do you accept students?
We review and accept students for the fall, winter, and spring quarters. For the summer quarter, we accept students to our Open University program only.

Are you on a quarter or semester system?
The Engineering Graduate Programs are on a quarter system.

I last attended graduate classes five years ago; may I come back?
Yes, you may. You will need to submit another online application, after which we will work with you to recreate your file. Applications for admissions are completed on-line.

When are your classes held?
Classes meet at the following convenient times Monday through Friday: 7:10 - 9 A.M.; 5:10 - 7 P.M.; 7:10 - 9 P.M. Some classes are also scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays.

How long does the program take to complete?
Full-time students (enrolling in 8 or more units each Quarter) generally take 1.5 to 2 years to complete the M.S. Program. Students enrolling part-time take 2.5 to 6 years on average to complete their M.S.

Do you accept all formats of the TOEFL tests and IELTS?
Yes, we accept both TOEFL and IELTS. We accept computer-based, paper-based, and Internet-based (iBT) TOEFL tests. Santa Clara University's TOEFL code is 4851 and scores should be sent directly to us by testing agencies. While waiting for the official scores to be sent to us, students are encouraged to send us a photocopy of the test results as a place holder. Exceptions: TOEFL is not required of international students who received a degree (undergraduate or graduate) from an English-speaking country (e.g. India, Singapore, Canada). TOEFL can also be waived for students who have been in the U.S. with strong English ability. To request a waiver and an interview, please contact the Engineering Graduate Services by email,
GradEngineer@scu.edu, or call 408-554-4748.

How long are my scores good?
Scores will be accepted as long as they are no more than five years old.

Do you require a translation of my transcripts?
Yes! Students with non-U.S. degrees must submit one English translation of their transcript and diploma.

What goes on during an admissions information session?
On-campus information sessions are held almost every month. During the 45-minute program, an admissions representative will provide a detailed overview of the School's distinctive features, discuss the degree and non-degree programs, and offer tips on admissions procedures. After the presentation, you will have an opportunity to ask questions.

What if I can't make it to campus? Can you come to my company to do an information session?
Yes, we can. We will be happy to meet with you at a location and time that is convenient for you. We do, however, require a minimum of five people for us to host an off-campus session. Please contact us to set this up, at 408-554-7839, or email

What if I can't afford the application fee?
If the application fee poses a financial hardship on you, please let us know by sending us an email to
GradEngineer@scu.edu, stating your inability to pay this fee and explaining the circumstances.

Is a Statement of Purpose required if I'm applying to the M.S. Program?
No, it is not required. A Statement of Purpose is only required for Ph.D. applicants.

What is required to enter your master's degree program?
A four-year technical bachelor's degree from an ABET accredited program, one official transcript from the undergraduate college attended, General Test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), and Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) for international applicants. There are exceptions, however. The Software Engineering master's degree program would also require the Computer Science GRE Subject Test if the applicant does not have a computer science or computer engineering background. If this proves problematic, you may wish to consider applying to the M.S. in Computer Engineering, which does not have such a requirement and does have an emphasis in software engineering. The Engineering Management and Leadership master's degree also does not require the GRE, and the Computer Engineering Department is receptive in accepting qualified master's degree candidates who have a non-ABET accredited relevant four-year bachelor's degree and have taken one year of calculus.

I've heard you can earn an undergraduate degree and a graduate degree from Santa Clara in five years. How does that work?
Yes, we do offer such a program, but it is only available to current Santa Clara University undergraduate students. Students first complete their undergraduate degrees. They then start taking graduate level courses as early as in the spring of their junior year and complete a master's degree in only one year, as opposed to two. Students in the Five-Year Program are also exempted from the application fees and taking the GRE. Having both a B.S. and M.S. degrees can be valuable when progressing in a professional career.

How do I check the status of my application?
You can send us an email,
GradEngineer@scu.edu, or call at (408) 554-4313.

How long does it take for the committee to reach a decision?
Please allow approximately two weeks for the review of M.S. applications. The review for Ph.D. applicants takes approximately two to three weeks. Open University and Certificate Programs take approximately one week.

Can I defer my application?
Yes, if you are unable to furnish all of the required materials by an application deadline, please send an email to
GradEngineer@scu.edu and specify for which quarter you are seeking admission instead.

How big are the graduate engineering classes? Are they all taught by professors or are some taught by teaching assistants?
On average, there are 15 students in a class. All courses are taught by full-time professors or part-time lecturers who are from industry.

I've taken some graduate courses outside SCU. Can I transfer those credits?
Graduate level courses that you took in an accredited university may be considered for transfer credit to SCU if they have not been applied to any other graduate degrees. You must have a grade of C or better in those courses. M.S. students may transfer a maximum of 6 semester or 9 quarter units toward the required 45 units to graduate from SCU, and Ph.D. students can transfer a maximum of 18 quarter units or 12 semester units toward the required 72 units. Ph.D. students usually take 36 units of courses and 36 units for dissertation.

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Killexams : Stanford's Final Exams Pose Question About the Ethics of Genetic Engineering

Stanford's Moral Pickle

When bioengineering students sit down to take their final exams for Stanford University, they are faced with a moral dilemma, as well as a series of grueling technical questions that are designed to sort the intellectual wheat from the less competent chaff:

If you and your future partner are planning to have kids, would you start saving money for college tuition, or for printing the genome of your offspring?

The question is a follow up to "At what point will the cost of printing DNA to create a human equal the cost of teaching a student in Stanford?" Both questions refer to the very real possibility that it may soon be in the realm of affordability to print off whatever stretch of DNA you so desire, using genetic sequencing and a machine capable of synthesizing the four building blocks of DNA — A, C, G, and T — into whatever order you desire.

The answer to the time question, by the way, is 19 years, given that the cost of tuition at Stanford remains at $50,000 and the price of genetic printing continues the 200-fold decrease that has occurred over the last 14 years. Precursory work has already been performed; a team lead by Craig Venter created the simplest life form ever known last year.

The Ethics of Changing DNA

Stanford's moral question, though, is a little trickier. The question is part of a larger conundrum concerning humans interfering with their own biology; since the technology is developing so quickly, the issue is no longer whether we can or can't, but whether we should or shouldn't. The debate has two prongs: gene editing and life printing.

With the explosion of CRISPR technology — many studies are due to start this year — the ability to edit our genetic makeup will arrive soon. But how much should we manipulate our own genes? Should the technology be a reparative one, reserved for making sick humans healthy again, or should it be used to augment our current physical restrictions, making us bigger, faster, stronger, and smarter?

The question of printing life is similar in some respects; rather than altering organisms to have the desired genetic characteristics, we could print and culture them instead — billions have already been invested. However, there is the additional issue of "playing God" by sidestepping the methods of our reproduction that have existed since the beginning of life. Even if the ethical issue of creation was answered adequately, there are the further questions of who has the right to design life, what the regulations would be, and the potential restrictions on the technology based on cost; if it's too pricey, gene editing could be reserved only for the rich.

It is vital to discuss the ethics of gene editing in order to ensure that the technology is not abused in the future. Stanford's question is praiseworthy because it makes today's students, who will most likely be spearheading the technology's developments, think about the consequences of their work.

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Killexams : An Amazon engineer asked ChatGPT interview questions for a software coding job at the company. The chatbot got them right.

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  • ChatGPT got technical interview questions right, Amazon employee said in an internal Slack channel.

  • The interview test was one of the many ChatGPT-related syllabus discussed in the Slack channel.

  • Amazon is worried about employees sharing confidential company information with ChatGPT.

ChatGPT might be able to get you a job at Amazon someday.

The artificial intelligence-powered chatbot correctly answered some ofAmazon's interview questions for a software coding position, according to screenshots of a exact internal Slack channel discussion seen by Insider.

Though the answers were not the most efficient and had some "buggy" implementation, ChatGPT was able to give correct solutions and even Improve the code, an Amazon machine learning engineer explained in the Slack channel.

"I was honestly impressed!" the employee wrote on Slack. "I'm both scared and excited to see what impact this will have on the way that we conduct coding interviews."

This was one of many work-related ChatGPT syllabus discussed in the internal Slack channel last month, according to screenshots seen by Insider. ChatGPT, released in late November, is a chatbot that can answer simple prompts in eerily intellectual and nuanced ways. It has taken the tech industry by storm.

Amazon employees asked in the Slack channel if it was ok to use the AI tool for work or whether Amazon had an official policy about it, as Insider previously reported. Some said they were already using it as a "coding assistant" and as a tool to come up with Amazon Web Services training material.

An Amazon lawyer chimed in on Slack, warning employees not to share confidential information with ChatGPT. "This is important because your inputs may be used as training data for a further iteration of ChatGPT, and we wouldn't want its output to include or resemble our confidential information (and I've already seen instances where its output closely matches existing material)," the lawyer wrote, as Insider previously reported.

Company policy around how employees use ChatGPT for work, and what OpenAI — the maker of the AI tool — does with potentially confidential corporate data are just some of the new ethical questions that need to be addressed as the chatbot gains more popularity. It's a thorny issue for Amazon in particular, as its cloud rival Microsoft has invested billions of dollars in OpenAI.

Amazon's spokesperson didn't respond to a request for comment. OpenAI's representative pointed to ChatGPT's FAQ page for any questions regarding its data and privacy policies.

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