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Electrical & Computer Engineering Online MS


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Designing the System is No Longer Enough — Are You Prepared?

The online Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering helps you master skills taught in other ECE programs, as well as provides you with the critical insight to secure, protect and implement the systems you create. The program uses foundational theory and hands-on skill building to challenge you to develop efficient designs and algorithms that incorporate defenses against cyber threats during information exchange.

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Engineering leaders know a system’s design is only as strong as its security. Now there’s an online program specifically architected to arm you with the right skills. This flexible online master’s degree in electrical engineering is for those with prior degrees in electrical, computer or mechanical engineering, or computer science or mathematics. The program can be completed in as few as two years.

The 30-credit curriculum covers:

  • Machine learning, Information/Signal processing, networks, and efficient algorithm design
  • Advanced wireless communications, Wi-Fi, and 3G/4G/5G cellular
  • Cybersecurity and cryptography strategies for electrical and computer engineers

Our expert faculty intentionally architected a responsive curriculum to anticipate and align with industry trends — one that keeps you on the leading edge of the field and provides you with the tools to engineer dynamic and cyber-secure solutions.

UD Tuition:

The 2020-2021 UD published graduate student tuition rate per credit hour:

Electrical and Computer Engineering–MS (Online): $1,237.00

Electrical and Computer Engineering–MS (Online)
  DE Resident: $1,237.00;   US Student: $1,237.00;   International: $1,237.00

Application Deadline:

August-15 Final deadline to apply

October-01 Final deadline to apply

January-20 Final deadline to apply

March-23 Final deadline to apply


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