Electrical and Computer Engineering MSE

Ready to take the next step in your engineering or graduate study career? Explore the opportunities that await you in the Electrical and Computer Engineering master's program with the help of supportive faculty.

What You'll Study

With the Electrical and Computer Engineering master's program, you have options. Areas of study include control systems, digital systems, computer engineering, communications, computer-aided design, device and circuit modeling, solid-state devices, sensors, power systems, power electronics, electromagnetic fields, electromechanical systems and system analysis and design. All of these areas are designed with your career goals in mind.

Aerospace, military, government agencies, utility companies, communication industries, medicine, manufacturing and law are all companies seeking electrical and computer engineers. You will learn how to implement new ideas and solve technical problems in engineering that will ready you for your career.


  • Electrical and Computer Engineering MSE

    Choose from the following three plans to complete your master's degree:

    • Course Plan - 33 credit hours; includes math, computer science and seminar courses.
    • Management Plan - 36 credit hours; the best option if you are currently in a career and want to move into a management role.
    • Thesis Plan - 30 credit hours; recommended if you choose to continue your studies beyond a master's degree.


    Degree Overview
    Admission Requirements

Internships and Jobs


  •  First Energy
  •  General Electric
  •  Delphi


  •  Westinghouse
  •  Johnson Control
  •  Mitsubishi