Online Master's Degree In Electrical Engineering

A master's degree is required to go into research or teaching, and can also prove useful if you want to specialize in a more detailed electrical engineering specialty. Some online course options include:

  • Computer engineering
  • Controls
  • Digital signal processing
  • Electrical power systems
  • Electromagnetics
  • Electrophysics of materials
  • Power engineering
  • Robotics
  • Signal processing
  • Solid state physics and electronics
  • Telecommunications engineering

An online university also enables working professionals to continue with their jobs while earning their master's degree. Many programs offer shorter terms than traditional campuses, such as those that last ten weeks and those that allow students to take a term off, if necessary, for work or family obligations. This also enables working engineers to advance their careers by keeping up-to-date on new technology, gaining new skills, or preparing for a Ph.D., without leaving their jobs.

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