This degree offers thesis and non-thesis options that provide outstanding graduate training for students who wish either to enter industry as practicing professionals or continue their studies at the doctoral level. Our program combines a robust curriculum with ample opportunities for research, practical training, and forging industry connections. Find out more>>
This degree is part of Rutgers' Professional Science Master's program that brings together master's level study in science, engineering, and math with courses in business and policy. It is a combination of an MS in electrical engineering and MBA degree. Find out more>>
The research-driven ECE doctoral program focuses on original contributions in six specialized concentrations: communications engineering; computer engineering; digital signal processing; software engineering; solid state electronics; and systems and controls. The program prepares graduates for leadership positions in academia and industry research laboratories. Find out more>>
The electrical and computer engineering faculty are actively engaged in research in areas ranging from wireless systems to future Internet design, sensor networks, signal processing, control theory, low-power electronics, materials, hardware and software engineering, computer graphics and vision, robotics, and virtual reality technologies. Students have access to cutting-edge research laboratories, such as the Wireless Information Network Laboratory (WINLAB), and the Nanofabrication Core Facility (NCF). The graduate faculty guide students through the research process, from problem formulation to publication in top-tier journals and conferences to filing patent applications and technology transfer. Many Ph.D. students pursue careers in academia and industrial research laboratories. A full listing of the faculty and research opportunities can be found here.
To Apply: All applications go through the main graduate student portal at Rutgers University: https://grad.rutgers.edu/admissions. Please see the website for procedures and visit the ECE Graduate Admissions page for deadlines.
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