Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering

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At UC’s Master’s Programs for Electrical Engineering, you can expect the same rigorous engineering coursework as a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, with additional non-technology business courses. This enables you to make a more significant contribution to your business team and/or move into a leadership position.

For registered engineers, earning an MS in Electrical Engineering degree is an academically based way to meet the continuing education requirements to maintain licensure. UC offers a pragmatic, practical, non-research Masters in Electrical Engineering degree with no thesis required.

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Electrical Engineering is testing, designing, and developing electrical equipment components, software or hardware solutions.  Any real-world device that uses electricity in any form was designed by an Electrical Engineer. The online Masters of Engineering (MEng) in Electrical Engineering focuses on the next advancements in technology within the manufacturing space. In addition to the technical skills you’ll learn while earning your Electrical Engineering Masters Degree, this program will also enhance your professional skills within a thriving business organization. Engineers who complete this degree are prepared to solve the complex problems of today and manage tasks and projects successfully.

What do Electrical Engineers Do?

An Electrical Engineer is involved in a broad range of careers and disciplines. They use physics and mathematics when dealing with many forms of electricity. Electrical Engineers build and test various devices that are used in household applications or in a factory setting.

Electrical Engineer working on electrical system in lab

  • Research and Development
  • Electrical Systems, Components, and Applications
  • Design and Manufacture Various Devices
  • Testing Products and Systems
  • Evaluate Electrical Systems and Components
  • Large Scale Electrical Systems

Program Offerings

  • 100% online instruction.
  • Easy to transfer credits.
  • Financial aid is available.
  • Enroll in the spring, summer, or fall semesters.
  • Instruction from faculty with direct industry experience.

What is Industry 4.0?

Industry 4.0 is an evolution toward inter-connectivity, automation, machine learning, and decisions based on real-time data acquisition. People who work in manufacturing production, process and product design and management of these industries will be affected by his evolution the most.

Industry 4.0 Includes cutting-edge technical skills in the areas of:
  • Robotics
  • Big Data
  • Sensors
  • AI/Machine Learning
  • Additive Manufacturing (3-D printing)
  • Cyber-security

Is Electrical Engineering Right for Me?

Earning an Online Electrical Engineering Masters is great for those who already have experience in engineering and manufacturing and who are curious about the way things work, like to solve problems, embrace challenges, and are adept at creating new ways of doing things.

Our online Masters in Electrical Engineering program is also great for those who already understand Industry 4.0 technologies and the way data drives these technologies.

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