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Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
The Master of Science in electrical engineering prepares graduate students to:
- Have specialized training in a concentrated field of study and develop professional attributes that include communication skills, and ethics to deal with the impact of technology in a global and societal context.
- Encourage independent thinking and creativity that prepares students to pursue industry jobs in the field of engineering or related disciplines.
Degree Program Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this degree program, graduates will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of fundamental concepts for graduate study in electrical engineering.
- Demonstrate knowledge of advanced topics in electrical engineering.
- Apply design and analysis methods to solve emerging electrical engineering and related problems.
- Apply basis and advanced concepts associated with electrical engineering and related fields.
- Conduct research and/or comprehensive projects in electrical engineering and appreciate the importance of life-long self-learning.
- Argue the basic and advanced concepts associated with electrical engineering.
The Master of Science in electrical engineering degree program consists of 30 semester credits beyond a baccalaureate degree.