Electrical and Computer Engineering
Students may complete the Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering degree program on either a part-time or continuous full-time basis. The curriculum includes areas of concentration in communications and signal processing; computer engineering; control systems and signal processing; electromagnetics, plasma, and optics; electronic circuits, semiconductor devices, and microfabrication; and power systems, power electronics, and motion control.
The courses are typically four semester hours of credit. Full-time students are responsible for meeting with their faculty advisors early in their program of study to determine an appropriate sequence of coursework. Part-time students should follow the requirements and confer with their faculty advisors as needed.