MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering

For the MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering program, students are required to take programming courses taught by computer science faculty, ECE courses taught by ECE faculty members, and conduct a research project with an ECE faculty member.  This unique training prepares our students for future engineering practice that requires engineers with skills in programming as it applies to electrical or computer engineering problems.

Curriculum Options

Current curriculum requirements can be found in the General Bulletin.  For older curriculum requirements, see the 2016-2017 General Bulletin and the 2015-2016 General Bulletin.

Career Outlook

The vast majority of our students either receive admission to another graduate school for doctoral study or job offers from industry before they graduate. Example: Amazon, Apple, Georgia Tech, Google, Intel, Mathworks, Northrop Grumman, Penn State, P&G, Raytheon, etc.

Financial Aid Opportunities

Different types of financial aid are available on a competitive basis; these include a research assistantship, a teaching assistantship, a full tuition waiver, and a partial tuition waiver.  If you are interested in applying for a graduate award in the form of an assistantship, indicate those for which you would like to be considered when completing the application.

How to Apply

Students are admitted through the Graduate School.  To apply and to learn more about being a graduate student at Miami University, please visit the Graduate School website.

Required TOEFL/IELTS/PTE Scores for International Student

English language proficiency requirements can be found on the Graduate School website.