Master's Degrees in Electrical Engineering in United States

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Studying Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineering deals with the study and application of physics and mathematics combined with elements of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism to both large and small scale systems to process information and transmit energy. An electrical engineer is responsible with the design and production of various electrical systems, from household appliances to satellite communications.

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Studying in United States

The U.S. is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world. It has an internationally renowned education system, and offers a huge variety of English-language courses and speciality degrees.

Applying to a Master's in United States

If you've decided to study a Master's degree at a university in United States, you will have to gather the right documents to prove that you fit the university application requirements. Provide complete personal information, previous qualifications, financial information, and a personal statement.

To apply to a university in the USA you will likely be asked to provide some of the following documents:

  • your passport or national identity card;

  • transcripts or records of grades (high school and/or university);

  • copies of past diplomas or certificates;

  • resume/CV;

  • motivation letter or statement of purpose;

  • reference letters from past employers or teachers;

  • writing sample.

Because you'll study an international degree in English, you'll have to present a language certificate. Most U.S. universities will accept one of these language tests: IELTS, TOEFL, C1 Advanced. If you don't meet the minimum language requirements, you will have to improve your skills and scores by taking an English preparation course.

Depending on the subject or specialization of your chosen Master's, you might also be asked to provide scores for additional tests including: GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, ACT, SAT. Depending on your degree subject, you might also be asked for writing sample, portfolio, or list of patents.

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373 Electrical Engineering Master's degrees in United States

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

The University of Colorado Denver, Department of Electrical Engineering requires a candidate to complete within a 7-year period an approved program of study consisting of at least 30 semester hours, maintaining a grade point average of 3.0 or higher.

Preparation Course Electrical Engineering

The Electrical Engineering pathway program is designed to support international students in the first year of an undergraduate degree.

Lipscomb University International Study Center
Preparation Course Software Engineering

For international students the move from high school in your home country to a university in the U.S. can be challenging – a new language, new ways of learning, and a new home.

M.Sc. Engineering Sciences (Internet of Things)

This innovative Engineering Sciences (Internet of Things) program is housed in the Department of Electrical Engineering at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items—embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.

M.Eng. Bioengineering

The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Bioengineering, through the world-renowned University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is designed to bridge the skills gap by developing students with advanced technical know-how, a better understanding of the medical healthcare industry and more business acumen through coursework and project work.

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineering is a diverse discipline encompassing some of the smallest man-made objects, transistors for computer chips, as well as communication systems that span the earth and reach out into intergalactic space

Master Electric Power Engineering PSM

Graduates of the Electrical Power Engineering PSM program at  Washington State University will be able to describe and apply basic principles of the electric power system business. These will include: legal issues, financial issues, project management issues, and human resource issues. 

College of Engineering and Architecture
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

The Electrical Engineering program is offered by Washington State University. The program must consist of 30 or more hours of credit including 21 or more hours of coursework for which a grade of A-F is given and nine or more credits of thesis research (EE 700).

M.Sc. Engineering - Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers design and develop electronic circuits, equipment and systems in the areas of electromagnetics (antennas; radar, radio, and television systems), communications (telephone systems, satellite communications; laser and optical fiber communications; aircraft and missile guidance systems), computers and digital systems (computers, microprocessors, and microcomputers; artificial intelligence)

M.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering

In addition to preparing you for leadership roles in the primary fields of electrical, electronics, and computer engineering, a Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Lawrence Technological University can equip you to enter a variety of allied disciplines, including biomedical engineering, computer science, and aerospace engineering.

M.Sc. Engineering

Typical tasks and responsibilities undertaken by students in the curriculum for this program would not fall within one of the traditional specialties in engineering, e.g. aerospace, chemical, civil, electrical and mechanical engineering, or computer science and engineering.

College of Engineering
M.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering

The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering and in computer engineering. Graduate degrees include the M.S. and Ph.D. in electrical and computer engineering and the M.S. in telecommunications systems.

M.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering

Students gain advanced knowledge of communications; control; networking and signal processing; computer engineering; electronic circuits; optoelectronics; RF, micro-and millimeter waves; and physical electronics. Students graduate with the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research and teaching in electrical and computer engineering.

College of Engineering
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is a growing interdisciplinary engineering department with a focus on research and education in a wide variety of sub-disciplines,ranging from image and signal processing to nanoscale engineering.

M.Eng. Electrical Engineering

The mission of the Department of Electrical Engineering Master of Engineering program is to promote critical thinking and creative skills based on the theory, principles, and techniques of electrical engineering. Graduates will be prepared for careers in private industry, government, and/or doctoral studies in electrical engineering or related fields.

Department of Electrical Engineering
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

The mission of the electrical engineering program, consistent with the Missouri S&T campus mission statements, is the education of students to fully prepare them to provide leadership in the recognition and solution of society’s problems in the area of electrical engineering.

M.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering

At the graduate level, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) offers M.S. and Ph.D. degree programs in Electrical Engineering. In Fall 2014, more than 325 graduate students enrolled in the ECE department. Approximately 60 M.S. students and 265 Ph.D. students currently particpate in the program.

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department offers both a Master of Science (MS) degree and a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D) degree in Electrical Engineering. The MS degree provides an introduction to the theoretical foundations of electrical engineering as well as study in state-of-the-art technologies. 

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

The mission of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department is to provide high quality electrical and computer engineering undergraduate and graduate programs that engage in research and experiential scholarship to advance knowledge and assist in the economic development of the greater Louisville region, the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and the nation through education and technology transfer.

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

Union College undergraduate students with a strong academic record may apply for a combined degree program with the Masters in Electrical Engineering, Masters in Mechanical Engineering. and Master of Science in Energy Systems.

M.Sc. Electrical and Computer Engineering

Most students entering the Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate program have undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering or computer engineering. Students with backgrounds in physics, mathematics, computer science, and other areas are also accepted into the program. These students may be required to complete undergraduate electrical and computer engineering courses prior to full graduate admission. 

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

Graduates of the M.S. in Electrical Engineering will have the professional skills necessary to compete effectively in a world of rapid technological change as well as to assume leadership roles within industrial, entrepreneurial, academic or governmental environments in the broad context of electrical engineering.

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Electrical Engineering - Addressing perhaps the broadest of scientific disciplines, Electrical, Computer, and Systems Engineering (ECSE) rests on a wide range of scientific fundamentals and therefore offers numerous advantages for graduate study.

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

This program affords an opportunity for engineers and others to advance their competency in analysis and design to better meet the high technology needs of local industry. Each student selects two core courses and three graduate courses in one area of emphasis, and the remaining courses must augment and support the area of emphasis.

College of Engineering
M.Sc. Computer Engineering

The Master of Science in Computer Engineering program at California State University Northridge prepares students for lifelong careers in a field that will allow them to make productive contributions to society and find personal satisfaction in their work. 

College of Engineering and Computer Science
M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

Electrical and computer engineering graduate students at the University of Houston have the opportunity to work with and learn from faculty recognized as world leaders in their fields.

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering program integrates theory and applications. The program is suitable for students planning to continue their studies at the doctoral level, as well as those who do not plan formal studies beyond the master's degree. Each student plans a program of study in consultation with an advisor appointed by the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

M.Eng. Electrical Engineering

The Master of Engineering (MEng) program in Electrical Engineering is designed to prepare students for technically demanding careers in industry as well as for post-master’s graduate studies in Electrical Engineering or related fields.

M.Sc. Electrical Engineering

The electrical engineering discipline encompasses a broad spectrum of technical areas that study electrical phenomena and its properties. The theory, design, development and application of systems that generate power through circuitry, equipment, and other various devices, create innovative ways to improve people's lives.

M.Eng. Electrical Engineering

From pervasive computing to smart power systems, Virginia Tech ECE faculty and students delve into all major areas of electrical and computer engineering. As one of the country's larger ECE departments, we offer strong education and research opportunities in diverse areas, including computers, control systems, communications, electronics, electromagnetics, and power. 

M.Sc. Engineering Sciences (Nanoelectronics)

This innovative Engineering Sciences (Nanoelectronics) program is housed in the Department of Electrical Engineering at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York School of Engineering and Applied Sciences. Nanoelectronics is focused on the development of novel ultra-small – or nanoscale – semiconductor devices that find application in modern microelectronic applications, such as analog and digital integrated circuits, photovoltaic sensors and energy-harvesting devices, ultra-high frequency communication networks, and remote sensors for the internet of things.