Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
UC’s online Master of Engineering (MEng) in Electrical Engineering program equips students with the essential skills that are necessary for a long-term career in Electrical Engineering.
This online program offers the latest in embedded systems technology, which provides the technical knowledge of advanced microsystems. As well, the Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering degree grooms students with the leadership skills needed to manage professionals and provide effective leadership within a technical environment.
Career opportunities for those graduating include software engineer, hardware engineer, hardware designer, system analyst, lead engineer, system developer and many more in-demand roles.
In this top-ranked program, you will gain:
- A pragmatic, practical, non-research degree with no thesis required
- The same rigorous engineering coursework as a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, with additional non-technology business courses, allowing you to focus a more significant contribution towards your team and/or move into a leadership position.
- Instruction from faculty with direct industry experience
Coursework for the Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering is 100% online and is an accelerated 7-week term. This provides flexibility to students by condensing the average time to completion. This program includes core courses along with a capstone experience to comprise 30 credit hours.
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Students interested in applying for the Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering online program must meet all the necessary requirements. Admission to this program is selective and based on a combination of factors, including a bachelor's degree from an ABET-accredited institution with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher, two letters of recommendation along with a Statement of Purpose outlining how the MEng program at UC will further your career goals.
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The Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering tuition is affordably priced. This program comes with a one-time, non-refundable application fee of $75 for US applicants and $80 for international applicants. Financial aid may also be available for students who qualify.
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The Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering online program provides students with multiple start dates each year on the academic calendar. Students should consider application deadline dates, turn in all of their documents, register and pay for tuition for their desired program start date.