Master of Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering (MEng ECE)
This degree program is designed without required courses to allow for maximum technical specialization. Classes are kept small to encourage interaction with your student cohort, your professors and your industry collaborators. These networks are reinforced through career advising and placement, access to alumni and industry connections, and other support. Upon completion, you earn the Master of Engineering degree in ECE, reflecting an integrated understanding of technology, practice, and leadership.
To complete the MEng ECE degree, students must earn a C or better in 30 electrical and computer engineering course credits and pass a comprehensive exam.
|Course Number and Title||Credits|
|Electrical and Computer Engineering Graduate Courses||18-30|
|Other Graduate Courses (Graduate courses in electrical and computer engineering or a related field)||0-12|
|ECE 690 Master’s Comprehensive Examination (P/F)||1|