Electrical Engineering (M.S.)
Admission to these programs is contingent upon admission to the Graduate School. All applicants whose B.S. degree is not from an ABET-accredited college or university are required to submit additional pertinent information, including results of the general test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), publications, and/or inventions.
Students with B.S. degrees from selected science and engineering undergraduate programs not specifically related to this discipline may be admitted into the master's program after completing a sequence of undergraduate courses designed to prepare them for the graduate curriculum.
ECE AGRADE Program
Outstanding undergraduates in the ECE department who meet eligibility criteria may enroll in the ECE AGRADE program. This program allows students to count up to 16 credits towards both the B.S. and M.S. degrees, enabling students to complete the B.S. and M.S. degrees within 5 years of full-time study. More information about eligibility, degree requirements, course selections, and policies may be found on the department's website.
Interdisciplinary Physics-ECE AGRADE Program
Outstanding seniors in Physics (both Applied Physics option and Fundamental Physics option) who meet eligibility criteria may apply for the cross-college AGRADE program between the Physics undergraduate program (College of Liberals Arts and Sciences) and Electrical Engineering (EE) Master's programs (College of Engineering). The Physics-ECE AGRADE program allows students to count up to 12 credits of selected graduate courses towards a B.S. degree in physics as well as an M.S. degree in Electrical Engineering. This enables students to complete both degrees within 5 years of full-time study. More information about eligibility, degree requirements, course elections, and academic policies may be found on the department's website.
In the areas of electrical engineering and computer engineering the Master of Science degree is offered by this department under the following options:
Plan A: Thirty-two credits including an eight credit thesis.
Plan C: Thirty-two credits of course work.
For either plan, students may choose from courses in one or more areas of specialization within the ECE curriculum. Detailed degree requirements, academic policies, and the course curriculum may be found at https://engineering.wayne.edu/ece/programs/ms.php.