Electrical & Computer Engineering

Graduate Degreesand Programs

Graduate Programs in ECE

B.S./M.S. Combined Program

Students can earn both a BS and an MS in 5 years (10 semesters) total to accelerate the time required to earn an MS degree.

M.S./M.B.A. Dual Degree

Trains engineers to direct or manage the transition of new products, processes, and systems from the laboratory to the boardroom. Related: Rather than a full MBA degree, earn a Engineering Entrepreneurship Certificate

MS Programs

The traditional M.S. Program has three tracks (coursework, project, and thesis) to match a student’s various career and professional goals.

PhD Program

The Ph.D. Program requires advanced coursework and research in preparation of a thesis defense in our modern areas of interdisciplinary research.

Master’s via Remote Learning

The same challenging curriculum you would take on campus but with the flexibility of instruction over the web.

MD-PhD Program

This interdisciplinary training enables a select group of students to earn a 4-year MD degree through the School of Medicine and a Ph.D. in one of seven affiliated departments, including the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.