Product Announcement from Drexel University Online
Preparing electrical engineers with the tools and knowledge needed to advance into leadership roles.
The Master's degree in Electrical Engineering offers high-level graduate program with strong foundations in theory, to equip student with the skills necessary to grasp and develop new technologies and trends in the field. The program prepares students to make an immediate contribution to the workplace and become leaders in the industry. Students may take courses in the areas of Computer Engineering, Power Engineering, Controls, Robotics, Signal Processing, Telecommunications Engineering, Solid State Physics and Electronics, and more.
Features and benefits:
- Rigorous study in Electrical and Computing Engineering courses with the option of taking electives from Engineering Management Program and other graduate disciplines.
- Taught by experienced faculty who are also successful professionals in the field. Nearly a third of the faculty members in ECE are IEEE Fellows and are regularly recognized internationally, nationally, and within the institution for their professional achievements and scholarly work.
- Highly interactive e-learning method designed to challenge and engage students, while remaining convenient for working professionals.
This online program draws on the diverse expertise of distinguished Drexel University faculty. In its eLearning format, the program continues Drexel University's tradition of leadership and excellence in educating engineers for successful careers since 1891.
Graduates of the program have found their degrees to be highly valued credentials. Many have advanced as senior managers and executives or became successful entrepreneurs in the field.
The program consists of 45 credits (15 graduate courses) and is organized in 10-week quarters. Breaking the year's academic work into shorter modules of 10 weeks each helps you stay focused and on track. It also adds convenience; you can take a term off during a busy period at work without losing momentum toward degree completion.