Master of Engineering, Electrical and Computer

The Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE) Department faculty conducts research in systems and energy, communications and signal/image processing, biomedical engineering, microelectronics, photonics and optoelectronics, electromagnetics, nanotechnology, VLSI, computer engineering, and security.

The ECE Department provides educational programs in bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels. These programs are of high quality and sufficient breadth and depth to serve industry, government, and academic institutions of our State and Nation. We strive to meet the demands of the information age and to share expertise, knowledge, and experience of our faculty with industry and government agencies.

The Master of Engineering in the department of Electrical & Computer Engineering enables students to provide technical contributions to design, development, and manufacturing in their practice of electrical and systems engineering; in addition to, professional development which enhances their career aspirations. The program requirements are:

MENG Core Courses (12 credits)

  • ENGR 5311 - Professional Communication and Information Management
  • ENGR 5312 - Engineering Project Planning and Management
  • ENGR 5314 - Advanced Engineering Mathematics
  • ENGR 5300 - Capstone Project – Students are encouraged to work on a company-sponsored project

ECE Concentration Courses (18 Credits)

  • ECE 5101 – Introduction to System Theory
  • ECE 5121 – Multivariable Digital & Robust Control Systems
  • ECE 5201 – Electromagnetic Wave Propagation
  • ECE 5231 – Fundamentals of Photonics
  • ECE 6095 – EM Transients in Power Systems
  • ECE 6095 – Multi-disciplinary Optimization Techniques for System Design
  • ECE 6095 – Renewable Energy Power Conversion
  • ECE 6102 – Optimal & Model Predictive Control
  • ECE 6104 – Information Control & Games
  • ECE 6108 – Linear Programming & Network Flows
  • ECE 6122 – Digital Signal Processing
  • ECE 6243 – Nanotechnology
  • ECE 6437 – Computation Methods in Optimization

Other graduate engineering courses may be taken as concentration electives with prior approval of the advisor.

Note: Not all courses are offered in every semester or in the Distance Mode. Students may need to travel to the Storrs campus to participate in a specific desired course.

Electrical & Computer Engineering Course Description


Days Until Application Deadline
Summer Deadline: March 16, 2018