Graduate Programs In Electrical Engineering
The Electrical Engineering Department offers the degrees Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in Electrical Engineering. These degree programs demand academic rigor and depth yet also address real-world problems.
The master's program is designed to prepare candidates for careers in industry or government or for further study at the Ph.D. level; both thesis and non-thesis options are available. The Ph.D. degree program is sufficiently flexible to prepare candidates for careers in industry, government, or academia.
The EE Department has three areas of research activity that stem from the core fields of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science: (1) Antennas and Wireless Communications, (2) Energy Systems and Power Electronics, and (3) Information and Systems Sciences, Additionally, students may study areas such as Embedded Systems and/or Robotics, which include elements from both Computer Science and Electrical Engineering disciplines. In many cases, individual research projects encompass more than one research area.
You may want to view this extended listing of research areas within EE.
The EE Department also offers combined BS/MS degree programs. These programs offer an expedited graduate school application process and allow students to begin graduate coursework while still finishing their undergraduate degree requirements. This program is described in the undergraduate catalog and is in place for Electrical Engineering students. The Physics combined program also offers a track in Electrical Engineering. Details on this program can be found in the CSM Undergraduate Bulletin, and course schedules for this program can be obtained in the Physics Department.
Learn more about the graduate degree options in Electrical Engineering on our EE Graduate Recruiting Flyer.