Athens, OH 45701
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering - Electronic Navigation Systems
Many schools teach that engineering is problem solving. Here at Ohio University’s Russ College of Engineering and Technology, we know it is so much more than that. It is the optimization of complex ideas that make the world a better place to work and live. Yes, the knowledge and experience we strive to impart in our students helps them become better engineers. It also helps them to become better citizens.
If you are looking to further the impact you can have on the world by broadening your engineering expertise, choose Ohio University’s Master of Science in Electrical Engineering online program. Our goal is not simply to create greater engineers, but to create for the greater good—through engineering.
OHIO’s program features an innovative curriculum with a distinctive concentration in Electronic Navigation Systems. This concentration prepares grads to become highly skilled in the design of precision navigation systems and intelligent transportation systems for air, water, and ground applications.
The overall program applies mathematical and scientific principles to the design, development, integration, and evaluation of electrical, electronic, computer, and other related systems. Enroll in a college ranked as one of the best by U.S. News & World Report and highly regarded throughout the engineering discipline for its notable reputation and commitment to the future.
Why Choose OHIO?
The MS in Electrical Engineering at OHIO is designed to produce graduate-level electrical engineers who are equipped with the knowledge and skills to research, design, develop, and test new products that use a wide range of technologies.
In today’s dynamic field of electrical engineering, a master’s level education is almost expected. More and more it is obvious that a bachelor’s degree alone cannot equip students with the in-depth expertise that is necessary for today’s most pressing engineering challenges. Typically, the most advanced projects in organizations go to the engineers with the highest levels of education, training, and experience.
With the OHIO MSEE degree, you can:
What careers you can pursue with an MSEE?
Electrical engineers solve complex challenges across many disciplines. Every industry relies on complex engineered systems that often contain embedded computing devices and significant software. These systems need to be designed, validated, and continuously improved, especially as technology advances. The applications of these techniques and technologies are far-ranging --- from the consumer electronics industry to the automotive and air-transportation industries.
# of Credits Required: 36
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Loans Offered: All students are encouraged to apply for financial assistance when they apply for admission. Federal, state, University scholarship programs, and payment options are available.
Locale: Fringe Rural Area
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