Graduate students are vital to the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s research efforts.
Applicants for graduate work in electrical and computer engineering must . Faculty and their students are conducting research in four core electrical and computer engineering areas: devices and materials, electromechanical and energy systems, embedded systems, and electromagnetics. The department offers masters and doctorate degrees in electrical and computer engineering. Please refer to the Graduate Catalog for specific admission requirements.
The electrical engineering program prepares students for dynamic careers in the varied areas of power generation, communication systems, manufacturing controls, signals processing, and control systems.
The doctor of philosophy degree is regarded as a research degree and is granted on the basis of scholarly proficiency, distinctive achievement in a special field, and the capacity for independent, original investigation.
|Fall – April 1||Fall – February 1|
|Spring – August 15||Spring – June 15|
|Summer – January 1||Summer – November 1|
For additional information about electrical and computer engineering graduate programs, contact Dr. Edward Sazonov.