The Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering allows students to achieve additional knowledge in advanced fields of electrical and computer engineering. It is designed for engineers presently in practice who feel the require to become knowledgeable in the latest fields of electrical and computer engineering. While individuals pursuing this degree have normally majored in electrical engineering at the undergraduate level, persons with degrees in other areas of engineering, applied science, and physics are encouraged to apply.
The program needs 30 credit hours (10 courses) of graduate-level coursework that can be completed on a part-time basis. Courses in the program are taught live in Charlottesville and are transmitted simultaneously to multiple locations across Virginia. Courses may be taken for graduate credit, or for non-degree continuing teaching. To be used for graduate credit towards the master’s degree, application for admission to the program must be made prior to enrollment.
Rita Kostoff, CGEP Coordinator
James Groves CGEP Director