ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS (ECS)

Electronic Circuits and Systems covers material in Analog and Digital Electronics such as VLSI, Solid State Devices, Power Electronics, RFID and FPGA based systems.  A concentration in this area provides a foundation in electronics that apply to a wide variety of activity spanning a range from energy conversion devices, RF circuit design, Analog Design, or the Internet of things.

Degree Requirements

Ten courses (30 credits) are required to complete a Master’s in Electrical Engineering with a concentration in Electronic Circuits and Systems (ECS).

Core Courses:

 

And one of:

 

Area Courses (choose two):

 

Advisor
Dr. Mark Jupina, Professor, 610-519-7561

Dr. Ahmad Hoorfar
Director of Graduate Studies

STUDENT PERSPECTIVES

Shalini Sunkara, graduate of Villanova's Master's in Electrical Engineering program.

“Villanova offers a strong research-oriented graduate school program. It has extremely qualified faculty willing to help students excel in their areas of interest.”

Shalini Sunkara, Senior Project Electrical Engineer, Lutron Electronics

Mark Schaff, graduate of Villanova's Master's in Electrical Engineering program.

“The professors in Electrical Engineering are very easy to work with and the program itself is tailorable. I appreciated how I was able to select classes that matched my professional interests.”

Mark Schaff, Systems Engineering Lead, The Boeing Company

 

Jad Rabah works in the lab with Associate Professor Rosalind Wynne.

“Villanova's professors aren't only academics. They are industry experts who understand how things work. That makes them so much more valuable to us as students.”

Jad Rabah, Advanced Space Systems Engineer, Telesat Canada