The Electrical Engineering concentration of the Master of Science in Engineering is a research-intensive on-campus program designed for individuals who wish to deepen their understanding of electrical engineering principles and applications and to develop their skills in independent research. Students study topics such as digital systems, advanced digital signal processing, electric machine drive control, power electronics, and robot dynamics and control.
- Graduating students will have a deepened knowledge and increased mastery of technical areas that match their personal career goals.
- Graduates will be better prepared to advance in positions of technical and/or managerial leadership.
The MSE degree, regardless of concentration, consists of ten courses (40 credit hours) which includes core courses and electives, allowing for customization within each concentration. Certain concentrations also include graduate research and/or a thesis.