Enhance your engineering career with the advanced technical and leadership skills you’ll gain in Stevens’ electrical engineering Ph.D. program.

The electrical engineering Ph.D. program at Stevens is excellent preparation for leadership in all professional areas of the field. Through the program, doctoral students will advance their technical knowledge and develop strong leadership capabilities.

Here, you’ll dive deep into the design and analysis of digital and electronics systems, power systems, the internet of things (IoT), robotics and wireless communications systems. You’ll work alongside renowned faculty at Stevens—as well as collaborators from other prestigious universities and national research centers—on interdisciplinary, high-impact projects. Throughout your Ph.D. program, you’ll have access to state-of-the-art facilities such as the SMARTLab, which trains students in signal processing, machine learning, robotics and automation systems, and the WiMoLab, which explores advances in wireless communications and mobile computing.

The Stevens Advantage

Stevens electrical engineering Ph.D. students go on to become highly regarded professors and research fellows in academia and leaders in various industries. Stevens’ location in the New York City metropolitan area offers students networking and collaboration opportunities with potential employers in a variety of fields, including engineering services, technology, telecommunications, defense, manufacturing, finance and government.