Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering—MS, Focus in Power Systems

Flexibility: Earn a Degree

Earn a Master’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering, with a focus on power systems, from the comfort of your office or home. View lectures at your convenience. Off-campus students enroll in the same classes as on-campus students. Both follow the same syllabus and schedule and, with few exceptions, complete the same coursework.

Coursework Option

A total of 30 advisor approved credits is required. See Coursework Option - No Oral Examination in MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE).

Over a four-year period we offer a minimum of 21 course credits in electric power. The faculty will work with you to identify other courses, either at Michigan Tech or other universities, to fill out of your degree program.

The student version of MATLAB software is required and can be purchased through the Michigan Tech Campus Bookstore.

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MS in Electrical Engineering (Closed)

An MSEE requires 30 credits of graduate course work; no thesis is required (see Plan D). Of the 30 credits required, 20 must be from Michigan Tech.

Top Professors to Know in Power Systems Engineering

"Dr. Bruce A. Mork teaches electrical and computer engineering. Currently, his areas of interest include smart grids, power system protection, computer simulation, transients in electrical power systems, nonlinear dynamics and chaos theory, magnetic materials and saturation of transformers, power quality, photovoltaics, and renewable energy, including wind energy and solar energy. During his time at Michigan Tech, he has led courses on electric energy systems, power systems analysis, computer modeling of power systems, and distribution systems. Dr. Mork is also a senior member of the IEEE, the National Society of Professional Engineers, and the American Society of Engineering Educators. He obtained his bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees in mechanical and electrical engineering at North Dakota State University."