The MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering degree is offered to meet the needs of individuals who wish to pursue advanced studies in modern electrical, electronic or computer engineering and technologies in order to fulfill their personal or career goals. You’ll have the flexibility to pursue this degree either online or in-person, in a program that allows you to complete the degree within one and a half years. Our campus is located 15 miles north of Tech Square, the hub for international technology companies in the city of Atlanta, many of which recruit and hire our students.
As a graduate Electrical and Computer Engineering student, you will take courses and perform research led by faculty experts in areas including neuromorphic computing, automated logistics, biosensing, photovoltaics, and battery technology. The program curriculum is designed to help you become a leader in Electrical and Computer Engineering who can capably handle high-level technical challenges.
Applicants to the Master of Science Program with a major in Electrical and Computer Engineering must have the following qualifications to be eligible for this program:
An undergraduate degree in engineering, engineering technology, computer science, physical science, or other technically oriented major from an accredited college or university. Interested students from other disciplines may be admitted to the program but may be required to complete additional courses.
The program accepts transfer credit for degree completion, subject to KSU policies and the approval of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program Coordinator. The student should fill out the “Request for Graduate Transfer Credit” (this should be hyper linked) form and submit that to the Electrical and Computer Engineering Program Coordinator for processing.Apply now
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