The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers three master’s programs and one online master's degree.
M.S. in Computer Engineering
Lyle’s master’s in Computer Engineering program is taught by exceptionally qualified faculty whose own research projects—in cybersecurity, electronic design automation, VLSI test, computer arithmetic algorithms, and disaster and fault tolerance, to name only a few—touch every aspect of Computer Engineering’s future.
M.S. in Electrical Engineering
Students in Lyle’s master’s in Electrical Engineering program learn from faculty experts whose research areas— in photonics, cognitive wireless networks, statistical signal processing, intelligent systems and more— cover each dynamic element of Electrical Engineering and opportunities for the future.
M.S. in Network Engineering
Lyle’s Network Engineering program provides hands-on learning in state-of-the-art facilities. Graduates will have the ability to successfully manage complex telecom systems and offer many new opportunities for enhancing efficiency and improving profits in corporate management. This program is intended for students interested in employment with a corporate telecommunications management group, equipment vendor, service provider, regulatory agency, research or consulting firm.
For help planning the order of courses, please view our On-Campus Course Offering Plan.
Online M.S. in Network Engineering
The Online Master of Science in Network Engineering at the Lyle School provides students with a fundamental understanding of the core concepts of network engineering so they can be ready to address and embrace change. Students put these concepts into practice through extensive lab work that mimics real-world scenarios. As a result, graduates are equipped to adapt to new technology and ensure their organizations are always at the forefront of the industry.