Electrical Engineering Graduate Programs - College of Engineering & Natural Sciences

Electrical and computer engineering involves researching, developing and testing electronic and computer components. Engineers study computing processes, circuit boards, memory devices, networks and routers while examining new frontiers in computer hardware. The electrical and computer engineering field is marked by its advancements in evolving areas of technology such as optics, electric power systems and microelectronics.

Overview

Students complete a core electrical engineering curriculum with an emphasis on computer science while allowing room for electives in TU’s reputable humanities-based programs. A strong background in mathematics and physics is required along with interests in bioengineering, electromagnetic fields and circuit systems. ­

The master of engineering (M.E.) focuses on curriculum and coursework more than research.

 

  • Program Educational Objectives

    Master of Engineering

    The M.E. degree program prepares the students:

    1. With advanced knowledge and principles to solve electrical engineering problems.
    2. To obtain new skills needed for professional development.
  • Degree Options

    Electrical Engineering, M.E.

    Designed for students studying electrical engineering who wish to obtain additional technical skills in a specific area of the industry.

  • Application Requirements

    To be considered for graduate admission, the following items must be submitted to the Graduate School:

    • A completed Graduate School application
    • Statement of Purpose (admission essay)
    • 2 – 3 letters of recommendation from individuals who can comment on your academic potential.
    • Official or unofficial transcripts from all universities attended
    • GRE General Test results
    • $55 application fee
    • International students who studied at a university outside of the U.S. will also need to submit TOEFL or IELTS results