The power electronics professional master's program offered through the Department of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering at CU Boulder is a world-class program that cultivates creative power electronics engineers with a practical foundation, current knowledge and industry context. The power electronics program provides a comprehensive coverage of power electronics technologies and fundamentals, as well as extensive practical laboratory experience. 

This program culminates in a 30-credit hour Master of Science degree with flexible core course options and electives. A 9-credit hour certificate is automatically awarded to all students completing our three core courses and available as a stand-alone certificate as well. Most power electronics courses offer distance-learning options. 

With classes taught by renowned Colorado Power Electronics Center faculty, as well as instructors from industry and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, students with a BS in electrical engineering or related fields can now complete a master's in this dynmaic field with outstanding job opportunities.