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The Master of Science degree in electrical engineering is well-suited for students interested in gaining advanced knowledge in electrical engineering topics related to their specific area of interest. The MS degree is available as both thesis and non-thesis. Those pursuing the thesis option participate in cutting-edge research and will be well-prepared for research and development careers in industry or pursuing a doctoral degree. Students choose one of seven focus areas within the department, including:

  1. Analog and Mixed Signals
  2. Biomedical Imaging, Sensing and Genomic Signal Processing
  3. Device Science and Nanotechnology
  4. Energy and Power
  5. Electromagnetics and Microwaves
  6. Information Science and Systems
  7. Computer Engineering Systems.

Graduate Student Handbook (PDF)

The University catalog is in the process of being updated. For the most up-to-date information about program requirements, please see our Graduate Student Handbook.