M.S. in Electrical Engineering — Online

M.S. in Electrical Engineering — Online

Build Your Expertise

Study advanced communications theory, digital signal processing and its applications, information theory, probability, stochastic processes, detection, and estimation theory. Further enhance your expertise as the program focuses on communication and signal processing.

  • Communication: Focus on high-level theory and technical aspects of digital communications technology, wireless communications, and wireless sensor networks.
  • Signal Processing: Gain greater understanding of the technology behind digital image processing, Fourier optics, and sensing and processing for robotics.

Build your expertise and position yourself for new opportunities or to transition into a leadership role.

Excellent Reputation
No. 25 in the nation among colleges and universities for STEM education (Forbes)

100% online, no GRE/GMAT required

Earning Potential
No. 12 in the U.S. for public universities whose graduates earn highest mid-career salaries (Forbes)

Build Your Future

Develop a focused expertise

  • A master’s degree can extend your engineering career, create a new direction for your career, or help you transition into a new role. Choosing an area of specialization allows you to proactively define or change the direction of your engineering career and your future as an engineer.

Make a commitment to your future

  • An advanced degree is a commitment to becoming an expert in an area of engineering practice. Employers recognize applicants' dedication and specialization with advanced training. A master’s degree credential qualifies you for leadership opportunities, project oversight responsibilities, or the chance to work on more complicated and sophisticated projects.

Stand out as a Michigan Tech Graduate

  • Michigan Tech is a highly regarded university for engineering and STEM. Our rankings and accolades prove our commitment to educational excellence, helping provide our graduates optimal outcomes.