Earn your MS Degree in ECE Online

The Online Master's Degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering is a fully online degree offered through the ECE Department and the Outreach College of The University of Arizona. The degree program provides a strong academic foundation in the principles of Electrical and Computer Engineering and is designed as a continuing educational mechanism to meet the working professional's schedule needs.


ECE offers a steadfast commitment to solving society's grand challenges which puts ECE at the forefront of technological advancement. Consistently ranked among the top 40 electrical and computer engineering departments by U.S. News & World Report, The University of Arizona Electrical and Computer Engineering Department has for more than a century provided excellence in teaching and research. The department's academic programs and collaborative research projects are critical to Arizona's position as a leading center for high-technology industry and to meeting the nation's need for the development and application of electronic and computer-based technology.


ECE Department focus areas include: Autonomic Robotic Space Exploration; Biomedical Technologies; Coding and Compression; High-Performance Computing; Optical Imaging Systems and Signal and Image Processing; Microwave to Optical Metamaterials; Simulation Modeling and Heterogeneous Systems Design; Wireless Communications and Networks.

 

The degree program requires 30 units of study.
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Applying to ECE’s Program

  • Application Dates to the program are flexible.
  • Please contact Tami Whelan to expedite your application.
  • Assistance and more information may be obtained from:

Tami Whelan
Office: ECE 263
Phone: (520) 621-6195
Email: gradadvisor@ece.arizona.edu

ECE Department: http://www.ece.arizona.edu/graduate-students
UA Outreach College: http://www.outreachcollege.arizona.edu/

 



Courses
(Tentative)

Fall 2013
ECE 501B: Advanced Linear Systems Theory
ECE 503: Probability and Random Processes for Engineering Applications
ECE 527: Holography and Diffractive Optics
ECE 530: Optical Communication Systems
ECE 564: Advanced Computer Networks
ECE 562*: Computer Architecture and Design
 

Spring 2014

ECE506 (3) Reconfigurable Computing  (Akoglu)
LEC     001     11:00AM-11:50AM     MWF     ECE 107

ECE529 (3) Digital Signal Proc   (Rodriguez)
LEC     001     12:30PM-01:45PM     TR     HARV 210

ECE535A (3) Digital Communications Systems   (Djordjevic)
LEC     001     11:00AM-12:15PM     TR     ECE 107

ECE566 (3) Knowledge-System Engineering  (Marefat)
LEC     001                03:00PM-3:50PM         MWF     HARV 313

ECE573 (3) Software Engr Concepts  (Sprinkle)
LEC     001     04:00PM-05:15PM     MW     ECE 107

ECE639 (3) Det + Est Engr Systems  (Koyluoglu)
LEC     001     03:30PM-04:45PM     TR     ECE 107

 

Fall 2014
ECE 501b: Advanced Linear Systems Theory
ECE 503: Probability and Random Processes
for Engineering Applications
ECE 541a*: Automatic Control Systems
ECE 562*: Computer Architecture and Design
ECE 578*: Fundamentals of Computer Networks
ECE 579*: Principles of Artificial Intelligence
ECE 505: Model Integrated Computing

Spring 2015
ECE 535A*: Digital Communications Systems
ECE 529*: Digital Signal Processing
ECE 636: Information Theory
ECE 566: Knowledge-System Engineering
ECE 573*: Software Engineering Concepts
ECE 509: Cyber-security Concept, Theory,
Practice

Fall 2015
ECE 501b: Advanced Linear Systems Theory
ECE 503: Probability and Random Processes
for Engineering Applications
ECE 541a*: Automatic Control Systems
ECE 578*: Fundamentals of Computer Networks
ECE 579*: Artificial Intelligence
ECE 564: Advanced Computer Networks
ECE 505: Model Integrated Computing

Spring 2016
ECE 535A*: Digital Communications Systems
ECE 529*: Digital Signal Processing
ECE 639: Detection and Estimation
ECE 506: Reconfigurable Computing
ECE 566: Knowledge-System Engineering
ECE 573*: Software Engineering Concepts

*Dual numbered course

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