Electrical Engineering (MSEE)

Currently, this program is no longer accepting applications.

The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering program provides you with hands-on experience that will prepare you to take a leading role in the industry. You will learn how to design systems, components and processes in a way that takes into consideration realistic constraints as you specialize with an emphasis in embedded systems, communications, networking, signal processing, controls, or materials/circuits/sensors. 

Program Highlights

  • Designed for full-time and part-time students.
  • Developed for working engineers with a mix of face-to-face and online classes.
  • Available on campus or completely online.
  • Graduate assistantships offered each semester for on-campus students.
  • Students develop strong leadership and problem-solving skills working with undergraduate students in power, IC design, EM circuits, communications, networking, controls, and signaling processing courses.
  • Elective courses are available in physics, mathematics, computer science, economy and management.

Program Distinctions

  • Graduates have gone on to work at companies such as Honeywell, Medtronic, Hughes, T-Mobil and AT&T among other companies.
  • Professor Yi Zheng holds multiple U.S. patents and is well published. Several electrical engineering faculty have done extensive research and are published in engineering journals.  
  • MSEE students have contributed to research projects funded by grants from Force10 Network, Inc., Medtronic Inc. and Devicix Inc. 

Graduate Director

Yi Zheng

Student Organizations

Popular Careers

  • Biomedical engineer
  • Embedded systems engineer
  • Systems engineer
  • Telecommunications engineer

Application Deadlines

U.S. Citizens International
Outside U.S.
Inside U.S.
Fall Aug. 1 June 15 Aug. 1
Spring Dec. 1 Oct. 15 Dec. 1
Summer May 1 Feb. 15 May 1