Electrical Engineering Master’s Degree Curriculum Overview
The electrical engineering master’s degree program at Stevens offers a flexible curriculum which provides the ideal mix of theory, applied research and technical knowledge you need to pursue a lucrative career in design and development. Students have the option of pursuing a thesis for both the Master of Science and the Master of Engineering degrees.
By the end of this program, students will:
- Have a solid mathematical and technological background
- Possess knowledge of state-of-the art modern topics
- Learn a blend of hardware, software and data analytics skills to support a chosen concentration focus
- Have hands-on project experience
- Microelectronics and Photonics
- Power Engineering
- Robotics and Automation Systems
- Artificial Intelligence
Below are some of the typical courses available in this program.
Core Courses Include:
- EE 548 Digital Signal Processing
- EE 575 Introduction to Control Theory
- EE 603 Linear Systems Theory
- EE 608 Applied Modeling and Optimization
- EE 609Communications Theory
Mathematical Foundation Courses:
- EE 602 Analytical Methods in Electrical Engineering
- EE 605 Probability and Stochastic Processes I
If you have existing graduate credits or experience in this area of study, contact [email protected] to discuss opportunities to include it in the curriculum.