Electrical Engineering Graduate Degree

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

The UT Tyler master of science in electrical engineering degree program is designed to provide an advanced, in-depth program of study in electrical engineering, or to provide a multidisciplinary program of advanced study that may include graduate courses in computer science and mathematics.

The master of science in electrical engineering program is tailored to individual student needs and is structured and scheduled to serve full-time and part-time graduate students, as well as the continuing education needs of practicing engineers. The program includes courses of particular interest to engineers currently working in or preparing for a career in engineering research and development or electrical engineering practice.

Graduates of the UT Tyler master of science in electrical engineering program will be prepared to assume leadership roles in a variety of settings, both traditional and high-tech. With the proper selection of courses, students in the program may also prepare for further graduate study at the doctoral level.

MSEE Program Outcomes

The Program Outcomes of the MSEE program represent the knowledge, skills, and abilities that graduates are expected to have at the time of completion of their program.

  1. Breadth and Depth: Students will be able to apply knowledge at a graduate level in two of the following areas: electronics, power systems, controls, advanced engineering mathematics, signal processing, communications, real-time systems, computer systems, electromagnetic and power electronics.
  2. Modern Engineering Tools: Students will be able to use modern engineering tools for analysis and design as applied to engineering problems.
  3. Advanced Engineering Mathematics: Students will be able to apply principles of advanced engineering mathematics including probability and statistics to engineering problems.
  4. Systems Design: Students will be able to apply systems design approaches including modeling and simulation of interacting sub-systems to complex engineering problems.
  5. Design Methods: Students will be able to demonstrate application of design methodology by comparing and evaluating solutions to engineering problems.
  6. Communication Skills: Students will demonstrate effective oral, visual and written communication skills from a technical perspective.