Welcome to the Master’s program in Electrical Engineering at the College of Staten Island! Our New York City location, affordability, and world-class programs have made us the choice of students from New York and around the world. We offer small class sizes and personalized mentoring, so you can go farther with your engineering career when you start here.
The Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (M.E.E.E.) is a professional degree that provides advanced practical and theoretical training in electrical engineering. Graduates will be prepared to excel in careers in the public or private sector that require them to solve problems in communications, photonics, signal and information processing, electronics, electric power, and related fields. Like other highly-regarded Master’s degrees, our M.E.E.E. requires 30 credits of coursework. There is a core of four required courses, plus a range of lecture and lab electives, including a for-credit research option. The program offers special focus areas in Photonic Systems & Networks and in Information Processing & Transmission, as well as allowing students to design their own focus.
The M.E.E.E. program is designed to make a difference, not just in students’ resumes, but in their ability to thrive and grow in today’s technical workplaces. For those who decide to go further with their studies, the M.E.E.E. has been specifically arranged to mesh smoothly with the Ph.D. program currently in place at CUNY’s City College. Full-time students can complete the Master’s degree in just 3 semesters, while those currently working as practicing engineers can choose a part-time option to suit their schedules.
So if you are ready to take your Electrical Engineering to the next level, or just curious, check out our Fact Sheet
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