M.S.-Electrical Engineering; Three Areas of Focus: Telecommunications Networks; Telecommunications Security and Electronic Warfare; Wireless and Mobile Networks
Networking professionals and communications specialists in today's information society require knowledge in numerous interdisciplinary areas that include computer engineering, telecommunications protocols, security issues, information management, and telecommunications networking. To remain competitive, organizations rely on individuals who can readily apply technology from several disciplines in order to seek innovative solutions to the full range of telecommunications needs.
The George Washington University's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers both innovative and cutting edge master's degrees and graduate certificates at GW's Virginia Science and Technology Campus, in Loudoun County Virginia. These graduate degree programs are taught with the same exceptional faculty and quality of service as that of our main campus, located in Washington D.C.
These accelerated graduate programs are catered toward working adults who find the convenience of weekend and evening courses more suitable for their busy professional lifestyle. Our programs allow students to earn their degree without career interruption while ensuring that information gained at the beginning of the program is not obsolete by the time the student graduates.
Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, Middle States Commission on Higher Education
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The Office of Student Financial Assistance offers financial aid in the form of Federal Stafford Loans and alternative loans to graduate students seeking to finance their graduate educations.