GRADUATE EDUCATION

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers a Master of Science Degree in Computer Engineering, a Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. The Department also administers for College of Engineering the interdisciplinary Master of Science Degree Program in Advanced Materials Engineering.

Master's Degrees

Master of Science (M.S.) in Computer Engineering

The Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering is designed to offer students the opportunity to prepare for leadership roles in careers with industry, government, or educational institutions. Students enrolled in the M.S. degree program in Computer Engineering will have two different options to obtain their degree: (1) Thesis Option and (2) Nonthesis Option. A thesis option is offered for students who want the opportunity to obtain expertise in research and who may be interested in pursuing the doctoral degree in computer engineering or electrical engineering. A nonthesis option is offered for students who want a practical industrial applications-oriented degree. Read More »

Master of Science (M.S.) in Electrical Engineering

The Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering is designed to offer students the opportunity to prepare for leadership roles in careers with industry, government, or educational institutions. The program has emphases in five concentrations: Computer Engineering, Systems and Control, Digital Signal Processing, Communications, and Electronic Materials and Micro Devices. A thesis option is offered for students who want the opportunity to obtain some expertise in research. A nonthesis option is available for students who want a practical industrial applications-oriented degree. Read More »

Master of Science (M.S.) in Advanced Materials Engineering

The College of Engineering has recently established a new interdisciplinary graduate program, Master of Science (MS) in Advanced Materials Engineering (MatE). The graduate degree program is administered across departmental boundaries within the College of Engineering by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. It is designed to attract and accommodate applicants with either science or engineering college degrees wishing to study materials engineering to enhance their job positions or research/leadership potentials. Read More »

Doctorate Degree

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers advanced coursework integrated with research leading to the Doctor of Philosophy degree in Electrical Engineering. The program has emphases in five concentrations: Computer Engineering, Systems and Control, Digital Signal Processing, Communications, and Electronic Materials and Micro Devices. The Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering will be awarded to candidates who have displayed an in-depth understanding of the subject matter and demonstrated the ability to make an original contribution to knowledge in their field of specialty. Read More»

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