Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Curriculum

The master of science in electrical engineering degree program provides intensive preparation for professional practice in a broad spectrum of high-technology areas of electrical engineering. It is designed to serve the needs of engineers who wish to continue their education. Courses are offered at times and locations convenient for students who are employed full time at area companies.

Interdisciplinary graduate degrees are offered in both telecommunications engineering and computer engineering.

Program Information

School: Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science

Program: Electrical Engineering

Catalog page: MSEE

MSEE in Electrical Engineering Fact Sheet

Application Requirements

Degree requirements: Bachelor's degree or equivalent in electrical engineering from an accredited engineering program

GPA: Minimum of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale

Test score required: Yes

Minimum revised GRE scores of 154, 156, and 4 for the verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing components, respectively, are advisable. 

Letters of recommendation: Required

Applicants must submit three letters of recommendation from individuals who can judge the candidate’s probability of success in graduate school. Use the completed Request for Recommendation form. Letters of recommendation may be sent directly to the program.

Deadlines: University deadlines apply.

Contact

Marco Tacca (EE Graduate Advisor)
972-883-6239
Office: ECSN 3.522  
 
Randall E. Lehmann
EE Graduate Advisor
972-883-6429
Office: ECSN 4.616  
 
P. K. Rajasekaran
EE Graduate Advisor
972-883-4651
Office: ECSN 4.922   

Patricia Williams
Graduate Program Information
972-883-4315
Office: ECSN 3.324

Possible Careers

Electrical engineer, electrical design engineer, biomedical engineer, circuits and design engineer, communications and signal processing engineer, digital systems engineer, systems engineer, RF and microwave engineer

Salary Information

See Bureau of Labor Statistics for detailed salary information on these careers. Another great resource is the Occupational Outlook Handbook.

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