Graduate programs in electrical and computer engineering offer studies in disciplines ranging from emerging nanoelectronic devices to complex sensing systems.

The Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering is a 2-year program that offers opportunities to participate in local academic research led by university faculty.

Students can incorporate Flex courses through University Without Walls to fulfill degree requirements. This hybrid format allows students to take some courses remotely while working, completing internships, or taking classes on a part-time basis. Please note that some courses are unavailable in certain formats or during certain semesters.

The Field Experience Concentration requires students to conduct a full-time (20+ hrs/week) experiential learning activity (internship, co-op, or practicum) over the course of a semester or minimum of two summer sessions (12 weeks) at an industrial company, government agency, or similar entity within the first year of joining the MS in ECE program. 

If you have any questions about the MS program please contact Emily Krems; Academic Advisor, Electrical and Computer Engineering.