Western New England University

College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering

Address:

1215 Wilbraham Road

Springfield, MA 01119

United States

Phone:

1-413-782-1517

Fax:

1-413-782-1777

Program Information

Degrees Offered:

Electrical Engineering

Format: Campus

Program Description:

The MS in Electrical Engineering program consists of 10 graduate courses (30 credits). The program includes four core engineering managment courses, which are designed to enhance your ability to adapt as you transition from project to project. Our Unique approach will help you develop practical skills essential for advancing your career. An overview of the curriculum is as follows: Core Courses: * EMGT 605 Engineering Management or EMGT 648 Project Management * EMGT 607 Quality Engineering * EMGT 643 Design of Experiments * EMGT 650 System Integration For the remaining credits, there are three options: 1. All-course option (30 credits program total) * EE 601 Advanced Electrical Engineering Analysis (3 credits) * 15 credits of coursework o Any EE or CPE 500/600 level course o Maximum of three 500 level 2. Project Option (30 credits program total) * Project with presentation (3 credits) * EE 601 Advanced Electrical Engineering Analysis (3 credits) * 12 credits of coursework o Any EE or CPE 500/600 level course o Maximum of two 500 level 3. Thesis Option (30 credits program total) * Thesis with presentation (6 credits) * EE 601 Advanced Electrical Engineering Analysis (3 credits) * 9 credits of coursework o Any EE or CPE 500/600 level course o Maximum of one 500 level Electrical Engineering Courses* * EE 601 Advanced Electrical Engineering Analysis * EE 611 Digital Communications Systems * EE 614 Advanced Electromagnetics * EE 615 Antenna Theory and Design * EE 616 Introduction to Numerical Electromagnetics * EE 621 Coherent Optics * EE 625 Stochastic Processes - Kalman Filters * EE 630 Advanced VLSI Design * EE 650 Advanced Digital Signal Processing * EE 667 Advanced Electrical Materials * EE 670 Optimal Control Systems * EE 680 Pattern Recognition * EE 690 Special Topics in Electrical Engineering * EE 698-699 Thesis Research * Course offerings will vary each semester/term.

Accreditation:

Western New England University is regionally accredited by the New England Association of Schools and Colleges (NEASC)

Facts & Figures

Financial Aid: Yes

International Financial Aid: Yes

# of Credits Required: 30

Average Cost per Credit (Graduate): $982 USD

Classification: Master's College or University I

Loans Offered: Loans may be available. Applicants may apply by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FASFA code (002226)

Locale: Midsize City

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