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About the Program

You just can't get enough when it comes to electricity, computer software, microelectronics, processing, power systems, and more. Simply put, you need your MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering.

With a master’s degree, you’ll be able to learn advanced skills in electrical and engineering or continue on a path for entry into a doctoral program. You see, we specifically designed a curriculum for you to build on the foundation you established when you earned your bachelor's. As a graduate student, you'll delve deep into such topics as computer software and networking, control, microelectronics and embedded systems, signal and image processing, power systems, telecommunication, and more. You'll also have the option of completing a thesis. As a thesis student, you'll need nine hours of research, and you'll present an oral defense. If you choose not to go the thesis route, there'll be extra coursework involved as well as a graduate project.

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This program delivers most of its content via on-campus, in-person meetings.

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Dr. Leon Jololian

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