The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) program will provide students with the mathematical and theoretical foundation and hands-on skills required for solving real-world problems in electrical engineering and other related fields. The MSEE degree program provides a balanced approach to studying core topics in electrical engineering along with specializations in wireless communication and computer engineering. Core topics include engineering mathematics, advanced engineering computing, digital signal processing, network systems and security, and engineering economics. In addition to the core topics, students will be able to study a specific specialization such as wireless communication or computer engineering. The wireless communication specialization topics include electromagnetic field theory, communications standards and protocols, and wireless sensor networks. The computer engineering specialization topics include computer architecture, system modeling and simulation, real-time systems, digital image processing, and information storage and retrieval.
Candidates seeking admission to the program should have a baccalaureate degree in electrical engineering, computer engineering, physics, or a related engineering field from a regionally accredited university. Prospective students will work with the program lead to determine prerequisite qualifications.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Integrate theoretical ideas and practical electrical engineering and computing skills to design and develop new applications in the engineering field.
- Design and conduct engineering experiments or simulations for new product development.
- Analyze engineering problems with both mathematical principles and scientific theories.
- Evaluate the impact of evolving engineering systems on the global economy.
- Design specifications and implement, analyze and solve engineering problems.
- Analyze advanced network systems to meet technological demands, ethical values, and legal standards.
- Assemble a team to work productively and successfully on a technical project.
- EEC 605 Adv Engr Problem Solving
- EEC 610 Advanced Engineering Math
- EEC 615 Digital Signal Processing
- EEC 620 Network Systems & Security
- EEC 625 Engr Economics & Ecosystems