Electrical Engineering—MS, PhD

The door to graduate opportunity is wide open at Michigan Tech. And the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is waiting for you to step forward. When you do, what you’ll find here is a close-knit academic community, with accomplished faculty dedicated to mentoring students. The Department’s research is funded by multiple agencies and corporations, including the NSF, the US Army and Air Force, American Electric Power, Consumers Energy, and more. Your success is our priority.

Hone Your Focus

The department supports research thrusts in computer engineering, energy systems, signals systems, and solid-state electronics. Our faculty research areas include nanotechnology circuit design, renewable electricity energy sources, and wireless communications—just to name a few.

Be part of a working laboratory where students and faculty collaborate in pursuit of answers to some of our world’s most relevant questions. Also enjoy the convenience of taking some of your courses online.

It All Begins With a Plan

There are 3 plans available for the MS: research (Plan A), projects (Plan B), or coursework (Plan D) and two for the PhD (entering with or without an MS). For all plans, note that the approval of your Advisor is required, particularly for out-of-department courses (e.g. ED5100 is not allowed), and all Graduate School requirements must be met. 

MS Plans

PhD Plan

See a brief overview of the Doctor of Philosophy degree requirements within the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. A full explanation of requirements, can be found on the Graduate School's Doctor of Philosophy requirements page.

Revised: Fall 2010