ECE Graduate Programs
ECE graduate degree programs are offered at the masters and doctorate level. Specific degrees in electrical engineering include the Master of Science, Master of Engineering, and Doctor of Philosophy. The School also offers an accelerated "4+1" Option that combines the BSEE/BSCpE baccalaureate degrees with the Master of Engineering degree.
Major areas of emphasis in both course offerings and research include communications, speech and image processing, laser applications, computer systems, digital and analog VLSI design, electronics, control theory, real-time system control, renewable energy systems, electric power, economics, microwave remote sensing, expert system development, and parallel processing. More details about state-of-the-art research laboratories can be found here.
- For students who matriculated in 2023 or before: Full information on ECE's graduate degree programs can be found in the Memorandum to Graduate Students
- For students who matriculated in 2024 or after: Full information on ECE's graduate degree programs can be found in the Memorandum to Graduate Students