Admission Requirements for the Master's in Electrical Engineering
We are pleased you are considering LMU for your MS in Electrical Engineering degree. Our program continues to advance in technical relevance as well as attention to student outcomes and career advancement.
Please review the following admissions information carefully:
- All applicants must possess a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or other closely related fields, which may include:
- Mathematics through one year of college calculus
- Electrical Engineering undergraduate courses including Circuits, Electronics, Signals and Linear Systems, Logic Design
- Applicants who do not have adequate background in Electrical Engineering may be required to take additional undergraduate courses.
- Transfer Credit: Students may transfer six semester hours for courses completed at another accredited college or university. The credits to be transferred must be taken prior to admission, with each course obtaining a grade of B (3.0) or higher. Transfer credit must not have been used to satisfy degree requirements at another college or university.
Applicants within the United States should submit:
- A completed Online Application and $50 Nonrefundable Application Fee
- Official Transcripts (one copy) of all colleges and universities attended
- A personal statement (1-2 pages) that explains how the Electrical Engineering Master’s Program fits into your career development.
- (Optional) Two letters of recommendation. One of which attests to the applicant's previous academic performance and ability to succeed in the program. The other letter can be a professional reference. For applicants who graduated more than 5 years ago, both references may attest to the applicant's professional performance and ability to succeed in the graduate program
The GRE is not required for admission into the Electrical Engineering Master's Program.
Must submit the items listed above plus the additional items required for international students by LMU Graduate Admissions.
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