The department offers a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in electrical engineering with two options. The non-thesis option requires a minimum of 30 semester credit hours (SCH) of approved course work. The thesis option requires a minimum of 24 SCH of approved course work plus a thesis comprising six SCH of research guidance. The approved course work must include at least 18 SCH of approved electrical engineering courses. The remaining courses must be in engineering and science disciplines and approved by the graduate coordinator of the Department.
Master's coursework is available in a variety of concentrations within Electrical Engineering, as described on the Electrical Engineering Graduate Programs page.
Graduate Courses by Topic
Graduate students in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science can choose advanced courses in a variety of topic areas.
Why Study Engineering at CatholicU?
There are many reasons to choose CatholicU's School of Engineering: small class sizes, state-of the art technology, a strong reputation, a location in D.C., and successful outcomes for our students.