Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

The master's program in Electrical Engineering houses a diverse student body – professionals seeking to advance their degrees; students with Bachelor's degrees in electrical engineering who want to be deeply involved in faculty-guided research projects; international students with undergraduate degrees in electrical engineering or a closely related field who seek advanced studies/training in the U.S.; and systems engineering students seeking to satisfy requirements for an optional technical focus in electrical engineering. 

Student working on electrical components
Explore different research topics students can participate in
Close up of electrical component
Opportunities for industry professionals looking to deepen their knowledge
Female graduate student giving capstone project presentation
Rigorous interdisciplinary graduate curriculum
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Students, faculty and industry partners on roof looking at antennae
The goal of the project was to discern the quality of long distance signals ranging throughout the surrounding LA area.
Student and faculty stand in front of a number of drones in grassy Pereira Quad
Research on autonomous drones helped pave the way for Dhruvil Darji's current work on electric vehicles at Evelozcity.
Vignesh Mohanraj, third from the left, with the Intel Drone for the 2017 Verizon Slam Dunk Contest.
Vignesh Mohanraj helped make history earlier this year with the first ever drone-assisted dunk in the NBA Slam Dunk Contest.