Electrical Engineering MSEE Degree

Graduate Admissions


Dept of Electrical Engineering
Phone 903.566.7417

Degree Information:
Dr. Hassan El-Kishky
Email: helkishky@uttyler.edu
Phone: 903.565.5580

Graduate Admission Information
The University of Texas at Tyler
Office of Graduate Admissions
Office: STE 345
Phone: 903.566.7457
Fax: 903.566.7492

Program Information

Tracks: Thesis, Non-Thesis

Hours: 30

Time to Degree: Can be completed in 2 years

College: Engineering

Research Areas

Total Program Tuition Cost: Estimated tuition for full-time, in-state on-campus enrollment is $14,148. Tuition varies by delivery method and hours taken per semester. Calculate your estimated tuition with the tuition calculator.

Scholarships/Financial Support Available: Yes

Student Research Opportunities Available: Yes

Application Instructions

Admission Requirements

Must have approval of the MSEE Program Coordinator and the Chair of the Department of Electrical Engineering.

Test Score Required: Satisfactory GRE score or an approved GRE waiver.

Additional requirements for applicants with bachelor’s degrees from foreign institutions include Proof of English Proficiency as outlined here.

GPA: Satisfactory grade point average on the student’s last four semesters of academic study and last 60 semester credit hours of upper division undergraduate or graduate courses.

A bachelor’s degree in an electrical engineering program accredited by the ABET Engineering Accreditation Commission. Students who have not earned such a degree will be required to complete prerequisite (leveling) coursework before starting the MSEE program as determined by the MSEE Program Administrator.

Letters of Recommendation: No

Resume/Curriculum Vitae: Yes

Admissions Essay: No

Deadlines: University deadlines apply. Summer admission is not offered to international applicants.

UT Tyler Electrical Engineering Graduate Student Research:


Career Outlook: Many electrical engineers with master’s degrees engage in long-term research and development projects. The best opportunities in this field, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, are in engineering services firms. For more information, visit Occupational Outlook Handbook - Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

Salary Information: See Bureau of Labor Statistics for detailed salary information on these careers. Another great resource is O*Net.

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