Prepare for a broad range of electrical engineering careers by focusing on practical, hands-on course work developed by experts in the field. This online master's degree program does not require GREs or a thesis.
Penn State's online Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering program offers you a solid foundation in both theory and application in the rapidly evolving electrical engineering field. Your courses, taught by Penn State's recognized engineering faculty, can help prepare you to solve complex problems and achieve your professional goals. As an electrical engineer, you can assume a principal role in implementing infrastructure of any scale, from the largest industrial complexes to the most intricate of applications.
As technology is always changing and expanding, your advanced technical proficiencies as an electrical engineer will continue to be in demand — you can work in any number of industries, including automotive, telecommunications, chemical, electronics manufacturing, consumer electronics, bioengineering, power generation and distribution, scientific research, military and defense, aerospace, transportation, and many more.
Our 30-credit online electrical engineering program is identical to our resident program, featuring the same courses taught by the same faculty, who are active and well regarded in their fields of study. Our College of Engineering is consistently ranked among the nation's best engineering schools, according to U.S. News & World Report. And when you graduate, you'll receive a diploma identical to those earned by students at our physical campus.
You will study topics such as electronic communication systems, control systems, signal processing, and power systems. This highly interactive program is engaging and collaborative, but still convenient for working professionals.
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