Electrical Engineering, M.S.
Objective and Description
The course offerings provide the student with an opportunity to broaden and intensify his or her knowledge in a number of areas of electrical engineering. The student, with the aid of a faculty adviser, may plan a program in any one of a number of fields of specialization within electrical engineering or from the offerings of related departments in science and engineering.
Graduate study and research are offered in the areas of:
- Digital and Microprocessor/Controller Systems
- Solid-State Devices, Circuits and Systems
- Systems and Controls
- Electromagnetic Fields and Applications
- Signal Processing and Machine Learning
- Telecommunications and Information Systems
- Power Systems
- Optical Devices and Systems
- Nanotechnology and MEMS - Materials and Devices
- Renewable Energy Systems and Vehicular Technology
The program is designed to provide for the student seeking to increase knowledge in areas of electrical engineering related to engineering practice. The courses offered will provide practicing engineers with advanced, up-to-date education in electrical engineering.
Master's degree requirements are described in the general graduate catalog section titled Requirements for the Master's Degree/Degree Plans and Hours Required.