Electrical & Computer Engineering
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers both Master of Electrical Engineering (MEE) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) degrees.
In their graduate work, students actively participate in both the experimental and theoretical aspects of research in control and system theory, signal processing, communications, bioengineering, computer systems engineering, wireless networks and security, solid state devices, and quantum electronics. The laboratories are well-equipped to support cutting-edge research. Frequent research seminars - both formal and informal - create a dynamic research atmosphere and close student-faculty interaction.
For more information, please visit the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering website and download the graduate studies brochure. Also download the graduate program handbook for M.S./Ph.D., and graduate program handbook for M.E.E.
Master of Science/ Doctor of Philosophy
Master of Electrical Engineering
Areas of Research
- Computer engineering
- Data Science
- Photonics, Electronics and Nano-devices
Electrical and Computer Engineering Contact Information