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Online Masters of Electrical and Computer Engineering (MS)

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The mean annual salary for electrical engineers is $101,600, for computer hardware engineers is $117,840, and for computer software engineers is $114,000 (US BLS). Boost your career with an online ECE degree from an accredited university.

Leading Communications, Signals, and Power Systems Technologies

Our electrical and computer engineering program will help you master design and analysis skills to take on advanced electrical engineering, power systems, and signal communications projects at the cutting-edge of technology. This distance-learning, research-based MS maintains the high standards of Michigan Tech graduate education.

#1 Best for power system engineers
OnlineMasters.com, 2019

#2 Public colleges where grads make six figures
Money Magazine, 2017

#6 Early career earnings
Money Magazine, 2017

#29 Online electrical engineering MS
OnlineMasters.com, 2019

Customize Your Online Education

Choose an electrical and computer engineering focused area of study to get the most out of your accredited MS degree. Areas include:

  • Communication Theory
  • Power Systems
  • Signal Processing

Advance Your Career

Enhance your electrical and computer engineering career by opening new job opportunities with an advanced degree. Commit to growing your knowledge areas and to becoming an expert. Employers recognize advanced training—a master's degree may qualify you for leadership opportunities, project management responsibilities, or the chance to work on more complicated or sophisticated projects. Stand out by graduating from the #2 public university where grads make six figures (Money Magazine).


  • 30
    total credit hours to complete program
  • $3.5M
    in new research grants and contracts
  • $0
    applying online is always free
  • 100%
    online electrical and computer engineering MS degree

"Our MSEE online program offers communications and signal/image processing focus areas. In both of these areas the number of potential applications has vastly expanded over the past several years; however, the future for new applications of these technologies is almost unlimited. Digital communications have expanded to include wired and wireless communication between functional modules on cars and other complex machines, from vehicle-to-vehicle, and between vehicles and a variety of fixed infrastructures. The functionality of the present systems is fairly limited compared to what is envisioned for the future.

Graduates will be educated to create the future that these technologies afford."

Michael C. Roggemann
Michael C. Roggemann
Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering