M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering

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Program Description

Carnegie Mellon University   Students in the Master's of Science (M.S.) in ECE program are provided with a thorough background in the fundamentals of electrical or computer engineering, as well as the opportunity for in-depth specialization in some particular aspect of these fields. Upon enrollment in the department, students are given the opportunity, with the help of an academic advisor and faculty mentor, to choose an educational program that is consistent with their background and is best suited to their own academic goals.

Concentrations

M.S. ECE students have the option to follow one of the following concentrations for focused study in a particular area of electrical and computer engineering. M.S. ECE students are not required to complete a concentration in order to graduate. Generally, M.S. ECE students can select a full range of ECE graduate course offerings to meet their course requirements and to advance toward their individual career objectives.

  • Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS)
  • Computer Security (CSec)
  • Data and Network Science (DNS)
  • Integrated Systems Design (ISD)
  • Wireless Systems (WS)
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Carnegie Mellon University challenges the curious and passionate to imagine and deliver work that matters. A private, global research university, Carnegie Mellon stands among the world's most renowned ... Read More

Carnegie Mellon University challenges the curious and passionate to imagine and deliver work that matters. A private, global research university, Carnegie Mellon stands among the world's most renowned educational institutions, and sets its own course. Start the journey here. With cutting-edge brain science, path-breaking performances, innovative start-ups, driverless cars, big data, big ambitions, Nobel and Turing prizes, hands-on learning, and a whole lot of robots, CMU doesn't imagine the future, we create it. Ranked in the top 10 engineering colleges (graduate & undergraduate) by U.S. News & World Report. Read less