Master of Science in Electrical Engineering – Tri-Cities
- Fall January 10
- Spring July 1
- Tri-Cities: Yes
- 93 TOEFLI Minimum score
The School of Engineering & Applied Sciences (SEAS) offers an outstanding education, providing first-rate preparation for careers in industry and academia. Both Thesis and Non-Thesis options are available on the Tri-Cities campus through the Master of Science program in Electrical Engineering.
(3) Letters of Recommendation; Statement of Purpose; Transcripts from all colleges/universities attended.
Student Learning Outcome:
All graduates will be able to:
- Students have general mastery of their field of study in Electrical Engineering.
- Students have mastery of knowledge in a specialized area.
- Students are able to conduct state-of-the-art research in a specialize area that makes a contribution to the knowledge base.
- Students can effectively communicate their research in oral and written form.
- Students are able to disseminate research results in archival literature.
Additional professional development opportunities include industry and national laboratory internships, as well as presenting papers or attending regional conferences.
University research and teaching positions, research positions in national laboratories, and technical positions in leading companies.
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Hudson, Scott, Ph.D.
Lowry, David F, Ph.D.
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Protein Dynamics and Interactions
Semiclassical Modeling of Quantum Information Processing
Miller, John H, Ph.D.
Osman, Mohamed A, Ph.D.
Serves as: chair on graduate committee