Electrical Engineering is a dynamic and broad field. It encompasses the basic physics of semiconductors, through electronic and optical devices, the design of computers, to algorithms and structures for biological and information technologies. The information and technology revolution has been built - in large part - on the advances of different fields of Electrical Engineering like Electronics, Communications, Computers, Systems & Control and Power Engineering. Research challenges are emerging from manipulations at the nano and molecular scales, from the convergence of electronics and biology, and from linking the virtual world to the physical world.
The MS Program in Electrical Engineering emphasizes the practical application of electrical sciences and technology to the needs of society. The program is designed to help prepare students for industry, teaching and research careers, and to meet the need for rigorous and advanced training in the applied aspects of modern technology.
The primary goal is to provide the highest quality education for students pursuing MS degree in the Electrical Engineering to attain the following goals:
To create new knowledge and challenge young minds by participation in the process of discovery and invention.
To educate the graduate students with a solid background of fundamentals, stretching their imagination, and preparing them for an exciting future.
To serve the society through research, education and outreach activities