Master's - Electrical Engineering
Student's enrolled in DeVry University's Master's degree program in Electrical Engineering have an opportunity to study computer communication networks, probability and statistics for engineers, and other relevant topics. Read on to learn more about the Master's degree program in Electrical Engineering.
Official Program Name:
Master's degree program in Electrical Engineering
School Offering Program:
Students enrolled in DeVry University's degree programs may need to satisfy minimum requirements before beginning the program, including having already earned a bachelor's degree. Applicants to the Master's degree program in Electrical Engineering should be comfortable with technical subjects and possess good problem-solving skills.
DeVry University's Master's degree program in Electrical Engineering is designed to teach students about computer communication networks, computer systems organization, probability and statistics for engineers, computer architecture, and core assessment and project prospectus. Students are also required to choose two elective courses and two breadth elective courses. The degree program is for professionals in the engineering field and focuses on practical aspects of electrical engineering.
Minimum Credits Required:
39 credit hours.
DeVry University offers millions in scholarship opportunities to qualified students. Additional financial aid, military service grants, veterans appreciation grants, federal grants, and institutional grants, are available to qualifying students. Eligible students can apply for Federal Stafford or PLUS loans.
Course Topics Covered:
Degree program and course requirements are subject to change. Contact DeVry University to confirm the most accurate information before enrolling in a program. Course topics covered in the Master's degree program in Electrical Engineering could include:
- Probability and Statistics for Engineers
- Computer Communications Networks
- MSEE Project Development
- Project Management Systems
- Mathematical Methods for Computer Systems Engineering
- Computer Systems Organization
- Computer Architecture
Students who have completed the Master's degree program in Electrical Engineering have an opportunity to pursue careers in the field. Some possible employers could include electronics manufacturing companies, telecommunication companies, and businesses and corporations that have research and development departments. Job candidates should be able to demonstrate strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
Some entry-level careers could include:
- Electrical engineer
- Distributed systems designer
- Wireless systems engineer
- Computer systems engineer
Tuition, Financial Aid & Start Dates
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