Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
The primary purpose of the Master of Science in electrical engineering degree program is to prepare individuals for the practice of electrical engineering. The program emphasizes the theory and application of advanced electrical engineering principles utilizing theoretical, computational and analytical methods and tools. The goal of the program is to produce forward-looking engineering professionals who are capable of making significant contributions to society.
- The MSEE will provide two degree options in one of four areas of concentration; 1) RADAR, 2) signals intelligence, 3) power and energy and 4) communications.
- Both degree options require nine core EEGR courses related to the area of concentration and a minimum of 18 electrical engineering courses taken towards the degree.
- The course only option requires 33 course credits and a scholarly project, and the thesis option requires 29 credits (24 course credits and two thesis courses ).
Why join ECE at Morgan?
The M.S. in electrical engineering degree program is designed to:
- Support the student in their academic and professional objectives;
- Develop an appreciation for research, application, engineering design and the product/process realization continuum;
- Develop a consciousness for and commitment to the importance of life-long learning; and
- Generate a cadre of well-trained engineering professionals
- B.S. in electrical engineering from an ABET accredited institution (other STEM degrees considered)
- Undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or greater.
Research Areas in ECE
- Communications Networks
- Software Defined Radio
- Data/Sensor Fusion
- Visual Analytics
- Signal Processing
- Image Processing
- Power Electronics
- Electronic Materials and Devices
- Microwave/mm-wave circuits and systems
- Applied Electromagnetics
- Biomedical Engineering