The University of Texas at Austin Cockrell School of Engineering Center for Lifelong Engineering Edu

Electrical and Computer Engineering Master Degree Course

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The electrical and computer engineering graduate program at the Cockrell School of Engineering ranks within the top ten programs in the nation and is among the largest programs at UT Austin. This new online executive master’s degree allows students to earn a master’s degree remotely with only one onsite travel visit. Students will gain a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of electrical and computer engineering, and are given the opportunity for in-depth specialization in some particular aspect of these fields. Academic Tracks for this master’s degree program are being developed to allow students to study areas of research and take certain courses that best fit their interests and goals. Many tracks have overlap, and most faculty belong to more than one Academic Track.

This 30-credit hour program can be completed within two years, and the increased flexibility allows you to work at a pace that is designed to fit your busy schedule. Both thesis and non-thesis options are available. The degree you will earn is identical to that awarded by the full-time program and comes fully backed by the globally recognized UT Austin brand.

2016 INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND SYSTEMS TRACK

Program tracks will be available sequentially. The Integrated Circuits and in very-large-scale integration, nanometer scale IC design, system on a chip design, analog IC design, RF IC design, and data converter circuits.

2017 REMAINING TRACKS

The following program tracks will be added starting in fall 2017. Software Engineering and Systems // Biomedical Engineering // Solid-State Electronics // Decision, Information and Communications Engineering // Architecture, Computer Systems, and Embedded Systems // Electromagnetics and Acoustics // Plasma/Quantum Electronics and Optics

WHO SHOULD APPLY

Applicants should have an accredited, four-year degree in electrical or computer engineering or related technical field. Work experience is preferred but not required. This degree is relevant to engineers looking for advanced training in electrical and computer engineering technologies and applications, who are looking for new career or leadership opportunities.

  • 30 credit hours, 10 courses
  • Online, distance learning, with a one-week onsite requirement during the final semester
  • Non-thesis and no project course
  • Internationally recognized faculty
  • Immediately applicable to your career
  • Ranked 9th best program in the nation by U.S. News & World Report
  • Launches Fall 2016

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