Electrical engineering is a professional engineering field which deals with various electric-related issues like electric power engineering, electronics, power electronics. It has many sub-disciplines that are microelectronics, telecommunication engineering, signal processing, control engineering, computer engineering, integrated circuits, digital electronics, power engineering, optoelectronics. The field aims to look into the problems of electronic systems which can be large scale (electric-power engineering) or small scale (nanoelectronics). The discipline aims to provide knowledge about generation, distribution, transmission and application of electrical energy. Graduates can work as engineers in very broad job occupations, starting from manufacturing of electronic components to electrical power systems and telecommunication engineers.
The Sustainable Systems Engineering (SSE) program is designed for practicing, mid-career engineers seeking professional advancement.
Electrical & Computer Engineering is a research centered department that understands the industry demands for a large skill set and innovate research and design. Courses are not strictly textbook based. Faculty in the departments know the subjects taught and research intimately and are deeply involved. They often craft their courses to reflect the latest available knowledge and techniques which assists to ensure students are adequately equipped with a vastly changing field.
EDGE enables engineering professional, military members, and students worldwide to participate in courses, certificates, and degree programs from the UF College of Engineering. Engineers can earn a master’s degree at a time and place convenient to them through programs from UF EDGE. As an EDGE student, you view the same course lectures, complete the same assignments and exams as UF campus based engineering students.
As a highly qualified scholar, you are undoubtedly considering many opportunities for your graduate education. The faculty in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) in the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University are conducting cutting-edge research, and we are looking for the very best graduate students worldwide to collaborate with us in our research.
INTO George Mason University’s Graduate Pathway program in Systems Engineering will prepare you to enter the second year of a Master of Science in Systems Engineering at George Mason University.
The Masters of Engineering (M.Eng.) program is suited to students who wish to pursue their electrical and computer engineering education beyond the undergraduate level but do not wish to pursue a thesis based research program.
UF EDGE offers online master's degrees from seven of our gator engineering departments with multiple degree program tracks (emphasized areas of study) available in these seven majors.
This program enables you to advance your engineering career. You'll acquire leading-edge technical knowledge and skills in electrical, electronic, telecommunications, computer and network engineering. You’ll also develop professional skills in research, communication, teamwork, leadership and project management.
ECE offers master's and PhD programs in electrical and computer engineering. PhD degrees are research-based and master's are project-based. The degree program provides a strong academic foundation in the principles of Electrical and Computer Engineering and is designed as a continuing educational mechanism to meet the working professional's schedule needs. ECE offers a steadfast commitment to solving society's grand challenges which puts ECE at the forefront of technological advancement.
Our graduate program offers an educational experience that is among the best in public universities. Our students can learn from the many graduate level classes offered to become proficient in their research area. The depth and breadth options available are considerable. Our faculty members are active in state-of-the-art research and training, within electrical engineering and across disciplines with faculty members in other departments. In spite of the size of our programs, students will find help from his/her Advisory Committee of faculty members in formulating an individual plan of study that satisfies the degree requirements and matches his/her own needs, interests, and long-term goals.
Admission for study towards the MSE degree requires the equivalent of a BSE at the University of Michigan. Solid undergraduate preparation in mathematics and engineering is essential. For the MSE degree, 30 credit hours of course work are required. Students have substantial flexibility in selecting courses to meet their individual needs.
The Department of Structural Engineering at the University of California, San Diego offers a unique program that crosses different engineering disciplines, such as civil, geotechnical, mechanical, aerospace, biological, and marine/offshore engineering, with a focus on structural design and analysis, structural materials, computational mechanics, and solid mechanics. This broad-based cross-disciplinary structural engineering approach allows not only diversity in the selection of graduate courses but also a diversity of employment opportunities across the engineering spectrum.