Graduate Certificate in Embedded Systems Engineering, Power Electronics, or Electric Drivetrain Technology, Master of Engineering or Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering
Students with diverse backgrounds and interests are the foundation of the vibrant Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering program at the University of Colorado Boulder. The program boasts an esteemed faculty, including 7 IEEE Fellows, 3 OSA Fellows, and 2 RASEI Fellows, as well as a nearly 100% employment rate upon graduation.
Take individual graduate courses, or pursue a graduate certificate in Embedded Systems Engineering, Power Electronics, or Electric Drivetrain Technology, or Master of Engineering or Master of Science degree in Electrical Engineering.
Areas of study include:
•Digital Signal Processing Communication
•Dynamics and Controls
•Electromagnetics, RF, and Microwaves
•Embedded Systems Engineering
•Nanostructures and Devices
•Optics and Photonics
•Power Systems and Renewable Energy
Dual Degree Option
If you are interested in leadership and management, the dual degree of a Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering and the Master of Engineering in Engineering Management may be the perfect fit for you!
The University of Colorado is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.