At Northeastern the Master's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering can be pursued full-time or part-time. Some full-time students are supported by research assistantships which are awarded competitively during the application process, and which are occasionally available at other times. Part-time students will find that many graduate courses are offered by video streaming to allow them to maintain a full-time career.
At the time of applying to the program, the applicants select their preferred track as well as their concentration of study from the seven concentrations offered by the ECE department. These concentrations are
- Communications, Control, and Signal Processing
- Computer Networks and Security
- Computer Systems and Software
- Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Algorithms
- Electromagnetics, Plasma, and Optics
- Microsystems, Materials, and Devices
- Power Electronics
Students enrolled in the MS in Electrical & Computer Engineering have the opportunity to also pursue one of the many engineering graduate certificate options in addition to or in combination with this program. Students should consult their faculty advisor regarding these options. The MS in Electrical & Computer Engineering can be combined with a Gordon Engineering Leadership certificate. Learn more about the benefits of this unique program.
Graduate Program Deadlines: MS Thesis students should have a research advisor one year after their matriculation.
The M.S. programs' student learning outcome is
- The ability to use basic engineering concepts flexibly in a variety of contexts.