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Graduate Programs

Advanced studies in electrical engineering and computer science will prepare you to research and develop novel technologies and systems in fields ranging from gaming to health care to autonomous vehicles. In fall 2013, we will begin offering our first online master's degree in electrical engineering to meet the needs of working engineers who want to advance their technical expertise in a completely online environment.

Resident master's degree candidates typically take a year and a half of formal coursework followed by a research thesis or project report and an oral presentation. Doctoral candidates typically complete one year of coursework in electrical engineering or computer science and mathematics or the natural sciences, followed by written and oral examinations, a dissertation proposal, and subsequent dissertation research, preparation, and defense.