Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
Gain advanced, in-depth knowledge across a breath of electrical engineering topics and use state-of-the-art technology. Become an innovator, researcher and technical leader in your profession.
- 46 credit curriculum
- Part- or full-time enrollment
- Afternoon and evening classes designed for working professionals
- Coursework-based masters with thesis option
- Research opportunities with faculty
Students tailor their path through the program and choose the coursework or thesis option. These pathways give students the opportunity to acquire advanced skills and further conceptual understanding of electrical engineering. Alumni are ready to advance in their careers with the skills to design, analyze and optimize electronic and electrical systems.
Interested in switching your career to electrical engineering?
Gain the background or refresh your skills to prepare to go into the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering. Take six graduate-level courses in nine months to build a strong foundation in DC circuit analysis, digital systems, device electronics, AC circuits and power, signals and systems, and embedded systems.
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April 3, 2023 (International)
May 1, 2023 (Domestic)
October 2, 2023
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Watch our latest Electrical Engineering Research Talk
Next generation memory technology: a Resistive Random-Access (ReRAM) Memory
Dr. Seungkeun Choi, associate professor and EE program coordinator, and Moosa Raza, MSEE candidate, talk about the fundamentals of a ReRAM device and presents the most recent outcomes researched by Moosa. Watch the ReRAM talk
Privacy-Preserving Cyber-Physical System Design
Dr. Sunwoong "Sunny" Kim, assistant professor, and Sharmila Devi Kannivelu, Master of Science in Electrical Engineering alumna and FPGA engineer at Amazon Prime Air, talk about cryptography techniques used to defend against network attacks and a method to remove noise in encrypted images without decryption is introduced. Watch the Privacy-Preserving System Design talk.
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