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Online Electrical Engineering Master's Program

Program Details


Master of Engineering, Master of Science, or Dual-Degree MBA


On Campus & Online


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Become the architect of the next-generation of electronic devices that will shape the future of society.

The Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering educates students to acquire a strong fundamental background in electrical engineering and state-of-the-art knowledge and skills in cutting edge areas such as sensing, communications, digital signal processing, smart grids and power systems, robotics, Internet of Things, and artificial intelligence.

The master’s degree requires completion of a total of 30 hours of credit and you can find a sequence of recommended courses below:

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

*Elective Concentration Courses

Swap out these courses with any of the below-listed courses based on your concentration of interest:



Artificial Intelligence

AAI 551 Engineering Programming: Python

AAI/EE 627 Data Acquisition and Processing I (Big Data)

AAI/EE 628 Data Acquisition and Processing II (Deep Learning)

AAI/CPE 646 Pattern Recognition and Classification

AAI/CPE 695 Applied Machine Learning


EE 510 Introduction to Radar Systems

EE 568 Software Defined Radio

EE 582 Wireless Networking: Arch, Prot & Standards

EE 583 Wireless Communications

EE 585 Physical Design of Wireless Systems

Power Engineering

EE 575 Intro to Control Theory

EE 589 Introduction to Power Engineering

EE 590 Smart Grid

CPE 679 Computer and Information Networks

CPE 691 Information Systems Security

Robotics and Automation Systems

EE 553 Engineering Programming: C++

EE 575 Intro to Control Theory

CPE 521 Introduction to Autonomous Mobile Robots

CPE 645 Image Processing and Computer Vision