Concentration – Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Electrical Engineering focuses on various industries from electric power and communications to create technologies connecting the world and helping to improve our lives. Computer Engineering emphasizes the analysis, design, implementation, optimization, and application of computing systems. 

The Electrical and Computer Engineering, ECE, faculty conducts research in systems and energy, communications and signal/image processing, biomedical engineering, microelectronics, photonics and optoelectronics, electromagnetics, nanotechnology, VLSI, computer engineering, and security. 

The Master of Engineering (MENG) in Electrical and Computer Engineering offers online and distance learning courses that enable you to provide technical contributions to design, development, and manufacturing in their practice of electrical and systems engineering, in addition to professional development, which greatly enhances your career potential.  

View the Master of Engineering (MENG) Electrical and Computer Engineering Plan of Study.