The world of electrical engineering is changing rapidly, creating opportunities to apply advanced skills to research and development driving growth.
The electrical engineering program delivers curriculum to expand your understanding of areas such as communications and signal processing, power systems, biometrics, control systems, microelectronics, metamaterials, and more. You'll also learn how to put your knowledge to work so you can make an immediate and long-term impact in your field.
This program is designed for:
- Students seeking graduate degrees in Electrical Engineering through courses, research, and projects with exposure to experts in areas of interest.
- Electrical engineers seeking to advance their knowledge and careers.
- Working professionals and recent graduates.
- Students interested in expanding their knowledge and applying the latest technologies in growing industries in the region and around the world.
Students with a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent take courses, attend seminars, and participate in research or project activities, and make progress towards graduate degrees of Master of Science (MS) or Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). Students will have the opportunity to engage in research with faculty and labs at the cutting-edge.