Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering

This program is also available via World Campus.

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The Master of Engineering degree with a major in Electrical Engineering offers an education in the advanced aspects of electrical engineering with the following areas of concentration:

  • Control systems and robotics
  • Power systems, energy conversion,  and smart grids
  • Communication systems, signal processing, and signal integrity
  • RF/microwave, high frequency electronics, and electromagnetics
  • Electronics, and electrical circuits and instrumentation
  • System engineering and computer engineering

In addition, because of the program faculty’s relationship with the nearby Penn State College of Medicine (Penn State Hershey), there is the potential for research in medical imaging, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and biomedical instrumentation.

Flexibility

  • The program may be completed on a full-time or part-time basis. 
  • The program is accessible to engineering professionals who wish to pursue advanced studies without giving up their current employment. 
  • Most classes are scheduled weekly in three-hour evening sessions, offering a convenient format for career professionals seeking to enroll on part-time basis.

Industry support and exposure

  • Whenever possible, the program will take advantage of the specialized equipment and research facilities available in the local industries to enhance the training of MSEE/MENG students.
  • Whenever possible, to gain practical experience on their research topic, the students can take advantage of existing internship opportunities in the local industry.

Degree Conferred: M. Eng.