The Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate program offers degrees leading to either a master of science or doctoral degree in electrical and computer engineering and there are many specializations to choose from. The graduate program prepares students for technical leadership roles in industry, academia and government. The training provides students with a fundamental understanding of engineering sciences so that graduates can develop creative and innovative approaches to the world's important engineering problems.
The course work for the master’s program is very flexible to fit the needs of the student. The master’s program has two paths: thesis and non-thesis. The two paths produce identical MS degrees.
For complete information, visit Graduate Students on the ECE website.