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.
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. New developments in robotics, internet security and wireless networking are often the result of hardworking electrical engineers.
At Stevens, graduates studying electrical engineering can pursue a Master of Engineering or a Master of Science degree. Graduate students participate in cutting edge faculty research projects funded by the National Science Foundation, Air Force Research Laboratory, National Institute for Justice, and various private organizations.