Electrical Engineering Online
Master of Science
Delivery Format: Online, On-Campus, Both
Electrical engineers assume a principal role in implementing industrial infrastructure, from vast complexes to intricate applications on hand-held devices. This online Master of Science program in Electrical Engineering prepares students to embrace an advanced, highly sought-after professional career. It also gives them critical knowledge to pursue a PhD in electrical engineering. Students explore key subdisciplines in control, signal processing and computing to achieve a thorough command of the field.
Why Electrical Engineering ?
Electrical Engineers are grounded in mathematical, technical, and scientific knowledge that is involved in relevant technologies. Utilizing their skills to improve existing electronic systems and developing new ones. They can be found in diverse areas, ranging from supervision of designing and manufacturing medical technologies, generators for power stations, transportation technology, and optimization of audio-visual systems from large scale to smaller scale entertainment venues and offices.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, electrical engineers are expected to see a 7% job growth from 2016-2026. Across the world, electrical engineering is a steady and in demand field. Our online master’s degree program provides the necessary knowledge to develop and succeed within your electrical engineering career.
Why NYU Tandon for Electrical Engineering?
Our program provides all of the necessary tools to succeed, and equips students with the proper skills and knowledge needed to be a leader in the field. Knowledgeable instructors, staff, and extensive resources are available to students.
- Several Concentration Areas
- Esteemed Instructors and Faculty
- Access to career resources through Wasserman Career Center, Aftercollege.com and NYU CareerNet
- Diverse Community of over 33,000 Influential Alumni
- Mentorship Support Program to help you on your journey
- Ranked #13 in Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs by U.S. News and World Report
Who's Hiring Electrical Engineering Graduates?
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