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Build on fundamental knowledge with a focus in one or more specializations, so you can truly make your own path to meet your needs.
The master of science and doctor of philosophy degree programs in Electrical and Computer Engineering are designed to provide graduate students with both broad fundamental knowledge and up-to-date information on current and emerging technologies.
Doctoral students and research-oriented master’s students engage in research activities under the close supervision of their advisers, gradually learning to become independent researchers. Their projects often are supported by government and industry grants. Courses and research activities make significant use of the department’s extensive laboratory and computer facilities.
No formal specializations offered; however, students may focus their course work in one or more of the following areas:
Potential careers post-graduate study work in industry, research facilities, government or academia and seek jobs that include:
Earn a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Five Years
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This program has rolling admissions, which means you may apply any time before the following dates:
These are the dates your application must be complete and all required documentation must be received in the Graduate School by these dates.
However, applicants who wish to be considered for merit-based financial aid (graduate assistantships/fellowships) should be aware of the merit-based financial aid deadlines by which all applicant materials must be received by the Graduate School:
Read all application instructions prior to beginning an application.
*Upon admission, final official transcripts from all previously attended colleges/universities, with certified English translations if original language is not English, must be submitted to the Graduate School within the first five weeks of the term of admission or a hold preventing registration for future terms will be placed on the student’s record.