Masters in Engineering & Technology

Electrical Engineering

Suggested Masters in Electrical Engineering

M.Sc. Signal Processing and Computing

The master's programme in Signal Processing and Computing at Aalborg University focuses on theories, methods and algorithms for advanced signal processing applied to a variety of application domains, such as wireless communication, speech recognition, hearing aids, positioning, audio and video, and health care.

Faculty of Engineering and Science
M.Sc. Automation and Electrical Engineering

Master's Programme in Automation and Electrical Engineering is a broad multi-disciplinary programme providing graduates with an ability to work in and between a wide variety of fields - ranging from traditional Electrical Engineering and Energy sectors to Biomedical Engineering, Control Engineering and Robotics. This Automation and Electrical Engineering programme is offered by Aalto University.

School of Electrical Engineering
M.Sc. Electro Acoustics

The International Master's Degree in Electro Acoustics - IMDEA - was created at the request of the EMV Foundation which found a lack of engineers in this field for several years. The “Université du Maine” and the EMV foundation have defined the objectives and career opportunities in this Master's programme together.

About

Find out more information about this Discipline

Electrical engineering deals with various electric-related issues like electric power engineering, electronics, power electronics and involves designing, developing, testing and supervising the production of electrical and electronic equipment and machinery. An electrical engineer is also responsible for solving various issues of electronic systems which can be large scale (electric-power engineering) or small scale (nanoelectronics).

Sub-disciplines of electrical engineering include: microelectronics, telecommunication engineering, signal processing, control engineering, computer engineering, integrated circuits, digital electronics, power engineering, optoelectronics.

A Bachelor’s degree or Master’s degree in electrical engineering equips students with knowledge of technology design as they should be able to produce and interpret technical diagrams and they will gain a good understanding of electrical health and safety regulations. Electrical engineering students will also develop organisational and analytical skills required for recording, analysing and interpreting various engineering data.

Graduates of electrical engineering degrees can opt for careers like: aerospace engineer, electrical engineer, network engineer, electrical systems analyst, engineering researcher, electronic equipment designer, telecommunication engineer and more. Jobs are available in a wide palette of industries, from automotive, construction, marine, oil and gas, to power generation and the rail industry.

Read more View all Master's Degrees in Electrical Engineering