Electrical Engineering, MS

Innovate the engineering field. Apply advanced mathematical and physical principles to electronic and computer-based devices and systems under the practical insight of expert faculty members.

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College of Business and Engineering Virtual Graduate Open House

Monday, July 22, 2024 | 4 PM
Monday, September 16, 2024 | 4 PM

Join the College of Business and Engineering (COBE) faculty and staff during the virtual open houses to learn more about the offered programs within COBE. In each session, the COBE team will be eager to answer questions and provide you with the following:

Business, Engineering, Technology Career & Internship Fair

Tuesday, October 1, 2024 | 10 AM

Employers are seeking talented Wilkes students and alumni with skills in business, engineering and technology at this Fair.

Program Snapshot

Program Type Format Credit Hours
Master's Degree On Campus 30

Why Study Electrical Engineering at Wilkes?

Benefit from hands-on experiences unparalleled at other institutions in the region. Practical coursework means concepts can be implemented right away so you can make an immediate impact on your company and organization. Wilkes students benefit from the guidance and support of our faculty experts, many who still work in the field they teach.

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What Will You Learn in our Electrical Engineering Program?

  • Learn to apply advanced mathematical and physical principles to electronic and computer-based devices and systems.
  • Explore communications and navigational systems; computers and digital systems; microelectronics; microwaves and antennas; power and control systems; and software engineering.
  • Culminate your academic experience through a research thesis or final project where you can pursue topics of professional interest.

Program Highlights

Content Tailored to Your Interests

The program culminates in a capstone experience with a thesis or project option. This allows you to explore a topic of professional interest, including: Communications and Navigational Systems; Computers and Digital Systems; Microelectronics; Microwaves and Antennas; Power and Control Systems; and Software Engineering.

Hands-On Learning

Wilkes engineers benefit from hands-on experiences unmatched at other regional institutions. Lab and classroom instruction includes training in cell and molecular techniques, bioinformatics, 3-D imaging and design software and instrumentations and other simulations technologies.

Faculty Experts

Learn from a faculty of program experts and working engineers. 80% of engineering faculty members currently work or have worked in the field. They bring practical insight to industry challenges and trends 鈭 knowledge that allows students to apply what they learn to the ever-changing workplace.


Improving Breast Cancer Detection

Technologies for revolutionizing breast cancer detection and imaging and for improving the treatment of neurological disorders are among the research projects with practical implications originating in the lab of Dr. Abas Sabouni, associate professor of electrical engineering.

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