College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture
MEng in Electrical and Computer Engineering
About the Major
The Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering program offers specialty course work, applied mathematics, engineering management, and design project independent study. Through this program, you will feel prepared to advance in your engineering career.
Degree Requirements and Options
The following courses and requirements are recommended for those pursuing the Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering program. See more in the course catalog.
- M 515 | Methods of Applied Mathematics I
- ECE 521 | Communications Theory
- ECE 573 | Power Electronics
- EM 601 | Engineering Program Management
- ECE 672 | Protective Relaying
A professional elective may be selected from the following categories:
- Any other ECE graduate course listed above under core courses
- ECE 600 | Graduate Project in Electrical Engineering (may be increased to 9 credits)
- M 517 | Applied Engineering Statistics
- An additional graduate management course
- An approved engineering graduate course in another department
Students may concentrate their studies by selecting appropriate courses in:
- electrical power
- communications and/or signal processing
- embedded applications
- modeling and simulation
E2M is a unique, three-way partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, and extending to a third party—business and industry in Greater Hartford.
The E2M program is the first double-degree program in Connecticut in engineering and management, enabling full- and part-time engineering graduate students to earn both a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.). Learn more.
Interested in enrolling in the Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering program under the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA)? Here is what you need to submit your application.