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Online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE)

The Experience You Need to Build Your Engineering Career

The online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering provides advanced electrical engineering training. You'll explore the entire field and choose an area of concentration that aligns with your career. Build your skills in research, design, development and testing in this 100% online program. Our curriculum is geared toward working professionals, but experience is not required for admission. Every course includes distributed simulation and labs for hands-on experience.

Earn your master's degree part-time in just two years from one of U.S. News & World Report's 2023 Best Online Master's in Engineering programs.


2 Years

Concentrations Available
Regionally Accredited

The Skills You Need to Engineer a Better Future

Gain the research, design, development and testing skill to position yourself as a leader in electrical engineering. Learn from leading practitioners, scholars and researchers in the field, nearly all of whom have PhDs.

Course/Curriculum Topic Areas

  • Digital Circuit Design: Explore microelectronic circuits, including their simulation, verification and specification.
  • Microwave Devices: Learn about radiating systems, including descriptive parameters, radiation integrals, current distributions and their effect on antennas.
  • Communication Engineering: Investigate analog communication systems, baseband digital communications and carrier-modulated digital communications.

Lead Engineering Teams & Projects

Master's-level electrical engineers are equipped for senior and leadership positions across a variety of industries, including aviation, computing, energy, manufacturing and national defense. Electrical and electronics engineering jobs are projected to grow by 7 percent.1

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Top 5 Careers for MEE Graduates

  1. Aerospace Engineer, $122,2702
  2. Electronics Engineer, $104,8201
  3. Electrical Engineer, $100,4201
  4. Marine Engineer, $93,3703
  • Online Learning Experience

    No matter what your career goals are, Ohio University can help you get there. We offer a wide range of online graduate programs specifically for professionals who are ready for their next step. Complete focused courses and maintain your work and personal responsibilities by studying when and where it's convenient for you. As a student, you'll learn alongside fellow leaders and have access to the same expert faculty and leading-edge curriculum as you would on campus.

  • About the Russ College of Engineering and Technology

    Ohio University's Russ College of Engineering and Technology understands the need for custom-tailored programs. With a focus on soft skills, as well as practical expertise, students gain hands-on experiences necessary to get the jobs they want post-graduation. Above all, students learn that what they create today can change themselves—and society—forever.

Choose From Six Career-Focused Concentrations

  • Autonomous Unmanned Vehicles
  • Communications and Digital Signal Processing
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering*
  • Electronic Navigation Systems
  • Micro Nano Devices and Systems

*Students who have no experience in electrical engineering or earned an undergraduate degree in a subject other than electrical engineering are recommended to take the Electrical Engineering concentration to understand the program.

Financial Aid and Scholarships

OHIO is committed to offering affordable, competitive tuition and has been recognized for the fourth consecutive year as a best-value university by U.S. News and World Report. We offer financial aid to all students who qualify – our FAFSA code is 003100.

In addition, alumni and corporate partners are automatically eligible to receive a scholarship of up to 15% through our incentive program for any of the included online graduate degree or certificate programs. Contact our admissions team for more details.


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