Electrical Engineering

The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers two degrees for electrical engineering online through Engineering Outreach:
  • Master of Engineering (M. Engr.)
    A non-thesis degree, requiring a minimum of 30 credits to graduate.
  • Master of Science (M.S.)
    Requires writing a thesis and completing a minimum of 30 credits to graduate.
Areas of emphasis:
  • Very Large Scale Integrated (VLSI) Circuits
  • Supercomputing
  • Microwaves
  • Communication Systems
  • Integrated Circuit Design
  • Electromagnetics
  • Control Systems
  • Signal Analysis
  • Network Synthesis
  • Digital Systems Design
  • Electric Power Systems

▼ Admission Requirements
Information about academic background, GPA and departmental requirements for Electrical Engineering.
▼ Application Priority Deadlines
Semester Application Priority Deadline: Date:
Summer and Fall Semesters (MayDecember)
February 1
Spring Semester (JanuaryMay) September 1

Students may apply at any time. Applications received by the priority date will receive first consideration by the academic department. Applications received after the priority date will be considered; however, the department may postpone making admission decisions on late applications until the following semester.

If the deadline for a specific semester has passed, you can apply as a non-degree student and take courses until your graduate application is accepted. Work with your adviser to ensure the course(s) can be applied toward your degree.
▼ Course Offerings
View a list of the EO-delivered courses that are currently being offered.

For a historical reference, view the Electrical Engineering Course Timeline (PDF). This reference will show you which courses have been offered through EO for the past several semesters.

For further information about the program: