M.S. - Electrical Engineering, D.Sc. - Electrical Engineering
The Department enthusiastically promotes and practices multidisciplinary interaction reaching to all corners of the campus. These interactions involve not only faculty from other departments within the School of Engineering and Applied Science, but also affiliate faculty from the Washington University School of Medicine School , the Institute for Biomedical Computing (a joint facility of the Engineering and Medical schools), the Central Institute for the Deaf, and the Physics and Chemistry departments at Washington University.
A broad spectrum of graduate courses and research topics are offered in the following areas:
applied physics, materials, and solid-state engineering
computer engineering and digital systems
imaging science and engineering
signals, systems, and control; and
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission