Electrical Engineering Master's Program
Jump start your entry into the world's high-paying, innovative technology industries with an Electrical Engineering Master's Program from RIT. At RIT, over 80 Master's Programs are geared towards some of the most sought after, math and science-related disciplines. Don't delay: get in touch today to learn more about this program at RIT.
Our Electrical Engineering master's program emphasizes contemporary, applied research while allowing students to customize their studies and work closely with electrical engineering faculty members. There are six options available ? communication, control, digital systems, integrated electronics, MEMs, or signal and image processing ? and candidates with an undergraduate science degree not in the field of electrical engineering may be considered for admission, though they may be required to complete bridge courses to ensure they are adequately prepared for graduate studies. Courses delivered as part of the Electric Engineering master's program include:
- Methods in Electrical Engineering
- Communication Networks
- Digital Data Communication
- Information Theory
- Wireless Communication
- Matrix Methods in Electrical Engineering
Make the world take notice: enroll at RIT
A world of opportunity opens up for you when you earn a qualification at RIT. With our flexible Electrical Engineering Master's Programs, you'll gain access to unparalleled opportunities for research and career placement — as well as worldwide corporate and government partnerships and the full support of experienced faculty members with industry knowledge in their respective fields.
A Master's Program in Electrical Engineering at RIT can advance your earning potential. More than 400 domestic and international employers attended our most recent career fair to meet our graduates. Most universities are satisfied if they attract 100! Additionally, with a qualification from RIT you'll make contacts with more than 100,000 well-connected alumni who place great importance on an RIT education and look to hire our graduates.
Ambitious students from every state and more than 100 countries around the world have found a home in RIT's energetic learning community. We aim to have all of our graduates confidently transition into the "real" world feeling that what they've learned at RIT will help them throughout life and give them the advantage they need in a competitive job market. We can provide you with options that will allow you to earn your electrical engineering qualification in the way that works best for you. Ask about our quarter program, which allows you to take classes four times a year and earn your degree faster.