Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Learn from industry-leading faculty and build the devices and systems of the future with a professionally-oriented Master of Science in Electrical Engineering that you can start today.
  • Commitment: 2 years for a full degree, 6-9 months for a graduate certificate
  • Credits: 30 credit hours for a full degree, about 9 credit hours for a graduate certificate
  • Cost: $20,000 for the master’s degree or $667 per credit hour
The Curriculum
The program covers subjects such as embedded systems, power electronics, and photonics. The curriculum is influenced by CU Boulder’s close relationships with industry leaders and taught by world-class faculty in the electrical engineering field.

The full Master of Science in Electrical Engineering curriculum will launch over the next 1-2 years. You can start working to complete courses within non-credit Specializations now, and convert them to credit later as the degree comes fully online. (To convert a Specialization for credit, you will need to complete additional hands-on coursework and pay tuition.)

This program has no application to begin. Instead, it offers an innovative performance-based admissions process. Prospective students interested in this degree can begin their path by completing a series of courses in a “Pathway Specialization” for credit. If you pass with a “B” average or better across the Specialization, you can submit an “Intent to Enroll” form for immediate admission to the program.

Find more information about the degree program here.

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