Yu-Dong Yao is an IEEE Fellow and researcher studying wireless communications, cognitive and software-defined radio, machine learning and deep learning…
Electrical engineers have the monumental task of designing, building and developing the next-generation of electronic devices and protocols to enhance all facets of society.
New developments in robotics, internet security and wireless networking are often the result of hardworking electrical engineers. Graduate study in electrical engineering can lead to fascinating and lucrative careers in industry, government or business, as well as further study in a doctoral program.
At Stevens, graduate students participate in cutting edge faculty research projects funded by the National Science Foundation, Air Force Research Laboratory, Office of Naval Research and various private organizations.
Just 15 minutes from downtown Manhattan, Stevens also provides you with excellent career networking opportunities. Our professors are well-networked and hold prestigious distinctions from career organizations such as IEEE, giving you the ability to connect with startups and other companies developing groundbreaking new technologies looking to recruit top level talent.
The electrical engineering master's program offers two tracks of study - a master of science or a master of engineering. In addition to the M.S. and M.Eng., students have the option to pursue a dual MBA degree with the Stevens School of Business.