MASTER OF SCIENCE
Electrical Engineering, MASTER OF SCIENCE
Electrical engineers develop a wide range of electrical and electronic components, devices, and systems central to contemporary life. With an MS in Electrical Engineering, you can enter the electrical engineering workforce or continue on to a doctoral program of study.
Our individual and team-based assignments build mastery of important electrical engineering skills and their practical applications in such areas as analog and digital microelectronics, microprocessor and computer engineering, wireless communication and networking, digital signal processing, electromagnetics and antennas, and power electronics and systems.
If you choose the non-thesis option, you can complete your degree through coursework and project-based learning. With the thesis option, you’ll engage in research projects under the mentorship of a faculty member and prepare and defend a thesis.
You’ll collaborate with others in a variety of academic programs, government agencies, and private research organizations, including the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the School of Forestry, the Pathogen and Microbiome Institute, the Merriam-Powell Center for Environmental Research, and the US Geological Survey.