A graduate degree from the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering provides you with skills that are valued in a wide range of careers in academia and industry. We offer several degree options tailored to both working engineers looking to advance their careers and to those looking to pursue a career in academia. 

Research is concentrated in six areas including optics, nanostructures and bioengineering; communications, information, data and networks; computer engineering; systems and controls; electromagnetics, RF and microwaves; and power electronics.

Meet Your Advisors

Adam Sadoff 
Graduate Program Lead (Professional MS, Distance and MS-EE on Coursera)

Lori Meehan
Graduate Program Manager (Traditional ME, MS and PhD)