Ohio University

M.S. in Electrical Engineering

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Graduate study in electrical engineering will give you the tools to design, implement, and test and create the next generation of electrical and electronics systems. Our faculty conduct research in specializations like navigation systems, controls systems, photonics, optoelectronics, machine learning, and bioinformatics, to name just a few. We also offer an online MSEE geared toward professionals working in these fields.

The curricula for graduate degrees in electrical engineering is dependent on your individualized program of study.

This full-time program is located at the Athens campus, and offers thesis and non-thesis project options. Normative time to completion is 2 years.

Guidelines for the M.S.E.E. [PDF]

Course Catalog page

Questions? Contact the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Programs Office at gradinfo@eecs.ohio.edu or 740.593.1922.