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Electrical and Computer Engineering
Co-op Option in Engineering
The Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering participates in the Graduate Master's Co-op Option in Engineering. For detailed information about the Co-op Program and curriculum requirements, please see the Graduate Catalog Engineering Co-op page.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate program provides an education based on excellent teaching and cutting-edge research to qualify students as leaders in both industrial and academic environments. It is distinguished by an extensive set of courses in all of the major disciplines within electrical and computer engineering fields. Our mission is supported by six research centers, over ten research laboratories and a world-class faculty with ongoing research in a broad set of disciplines. The program offers masters degrees in both Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering, as well as two doctoral degrees, Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Engineering, in Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering.
Research is conducted and courses offered in the following areas:
Three graduate certificates in Electrical and Computer Engineering and six interdisciplinary certificates in corporation with other departments are also offered. These certificates allow students who are not in a degree program to further their education. Approvals to take courses associated with these certificates are subject to approval of the certificate coordinator. Because there is no transfer policy for certificates, students should not take any course for certificates before being accepted.