Graduate Programs


M.S. in Electrical Engineering (MEENG)

M.S. program in Electrical Engineering (MEENG) is a two years intensive program which includes course work as well as a research project work. The M.S. program in EENG is designed to produce highly motivated and trained electrical engineering specialists for the new frontiers of engineering. The EENG program focuses on providing excellent education in modern power engineering, preparing students for outstanding careers in power systems, power electronics, and electric machines. The program is based on a solid foundation of science and mathematics coursework. Students in this program are given an opportunity to:

  • learn to extend their abilities to analyze and solve complex problems,
  • design new uses of technology to serve society,
  • design problems are frequently assigned in both lecture and laboratory courses.
Graduates in this program will play an effective role in research and development in various electrical engineering industries.

M.S. in Electronics Engineering (MLENG)

M.S. program in Electronics Engineering (MLENG) is a two years intensive program which includes course work as well as a research project work. The M.S. program in LENG is designed to produce highly motivated and trained electrical engineering specialists for the new frontiers of engineering. The LENG program focuses on providing excellent education in modern electronics engineering, preparing students for outstanding careers in electronic system, integrated circuits, renewable energy, antennas, and power electronics. The program is based on a solid foundation of science and mathematics coursework. Students in this program are given an opportunity to:

  • learn to extend their abilities to analyze and solve complex problems,
  • design new uses of technology to serve society,
  • design problems are frequently assigned in both lecture and laboratory courses.
Graduates in this program will play an effective role in research and development in various electrical engineering industries.





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