Graduate Studies - Electrical and Computer Engineering

Graduate Studies - Electrical and Computer Engineering

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers programs of study leading to the degrees of:

The master's program requires 30 semester credit hours of study, including at least 21 course credits and up to 9 credits of research. Students may elect to write a thesis or choose a non-thesis option. The main objective of the M.S. graduate programs is to provide a balance of theory and practical knowledge.

Masters of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) students may specialize in:

  • Signal Processing and Communications (SPC)
  • High Frequency Systems (HFC)
  • Microelectronics and VLSI (MVLSI)
  • Electric Energy Systems (EES)
  • System Dynamics and Controls (SDC)
  • Custom (Cust)

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Masters of Science in Computer Engineering (MSCPE) students may specialize in:

  • Computer Organization and Design
  • Advanced Computer Architectures
  • VLSI Design
  • Computer Vision

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Master of Science in Cybersecurity students may specialize in:

  • Cryptography and Network Security
  • Hardware, Software, and Control Systems Security
  • Security Risk Management and Legal Issues
  • Ethical Hacking, Malware, and Forensics

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Doctor of Philosophy

The PhD program is administered by the College of Engineering. These programs offer high-level graduate courses and a close student-faculty interaction.

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Certificates

Certificates available from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering include:
Computer Architecture
Cybersecurity
Electric Power Systems
High Frequency Systems
Intelligent Control Systems
Wireless and Digital Communications

Interdisciplinary Certificates
Nonlinear Dynamics and Control
Sustainable Engineering

Joint Program Certificate
Electro-Mechanical Systems