Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
Electrical Engineering (Online) – MS7272 (Online)
Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
1 Ohio University
Stocker Center 329
Athens, OH 45701
Delivery Mode: Online
Terms of Entry: Fall, Spring, Summer
Our mission is to educate electrical engineering professionals to become leaders in industry, government, and university positions, who are committed to the highest standards of professional ethics, lifelong learning, and improving the human condition.
This program leads to a Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering. Research in the areas of avionics and navigation, communications and signal processing, controls, computer engineering, autonomous vehicles, electromagnetics, opto- and nano-electronics, industrial controls, and analog and digital circuits.
The online MSEE is a part-time program. Students taking two courses per semester (including summer) can complete the it in two years.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Students will achieve mastery of graduate level concepts in Electrical Engineering, including depth in a chosen concentration, and breadth across the discipline.
- Students will demonstrate mastery of graduate level technical writing and communication.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to apply skills and knowledge in a professional setting.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to build significant Electrical Engineering projects, using computational tools appropriate to the discipline.
Opportunities for Graduates
Students with a master’s degree in EE are generally given more responsibility than those with bachelor’s degrees in industrial and government laboratory settings. Master’s degree holders may supervise teams and manage projects, and may also work in research and development, along with or supervised by Ph.D. engineers. The master’s degree is also good preparation for those candidates interested in obtaining doctoral degrees.
Link to Program: https://www.ohio.edu/engineering/eecs/academics/graduate/electrical-engineering
Bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering or a closely related field is required. Students with degrees from programs that are not accredited by the ABET engineering or computing commissions must submit scores from the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) general test. For applicants whose native language is not English, scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) are also required. Three letters of recommendations from persons familiar with the applicant’s academic abilities are required. Admission and support (tuition scholarships, research and teaching assistantships) are competitive. Letters of recommendation, undergraduate transcripts, grade point average (GPA), GRE and TOEFL scores are all considered when determining admission and financial support.
This program does not full-time enrollment in residence at Ohio University, and an I-20 cannot be issued based on admission to this program.
The online M.S. in Electrical Engineering requires a minimum of 36 credit hours. Student select from one of six concentrations.