Fall - June 30
Spring - December 31
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The Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering (M.E.E.E.) at CUNY-CSI 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. The M.E.E.E program also prepares students for entrance to doctoral programs. Students will benefit from interactions with research-active faculty having a wealth of experience in industry and academia and will have the opportunity to conduct independent research with a research advisor of their choice.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. CUNY-CSI offers an excellent educational experience at an extremely competitive cost.
To obtain the master’s degree, each student must complete 30 credits of graduate courses, including all of the program’s four Core courses, with a grade of B or better. Ordinarily, all of the 30 credits will be derived from Electrical Engineering courses taken at the College of Staten Island. However, graduate courses taken in other departments at other institutions may be accepted for the degree with written approval of the Director of the M.E.E.E. program. No more than 9 credits derived from courses taken outside the department (including no more than 6 credits taken outside of the Electrical Engineering discipline) will be accepted for the M.E.E.E. degree.
Focus areas in Photonic Systems & Networks, Information Processing & Transmission, and Electric Power and Energy Systems are defined optional specializations available to students.
Students working towards the BS degree in Electrical Engineering at CUNY CSI, who meet specific academic requirements, may avail from the Integrated BS+ME degree program which would allow them to obtain the ME degree with one additional year of work beyond the BS degree.
Master’s candidates must complete the required course work within a period of five years from the date of admission.