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.
The research in our graduate programs at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering mainly focuses on five concentrations:
The Valero Graduate Funds Program offers a variety of funding options for all graduate students in the UTSA College of Engineering.
Research stipends and scholarships will be posted to the College of Engineering Scholarships page as they become available.
Our graduate courses are offered mostly in afternoon and evening. About half of courses are taught in the afternoon (2 p.m.–5 p.m.) and another half in the evening 5 p.m.–8:15 p.m.).
After graduation, our MS and PhD graduates are employed as engineers or researcher in research firms and industries. Some of our former doctorate students are working in universities as faculty members.
Please visit the Graduate Admissions Deadline page for a list of application deadlines.
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
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