Electrical engineers today are involved in the development of technology, materials, and products to improve the quality of life. They are concerned with the generation and transmission of power, the control and utilization of natural and man-made resources, the development and communication of data and information and the intelligent use of computers in consumer appliances and industrial applications. To meet these needs, the Department of Electrical Engineering offers bachelor of science, master of science and master of engineering degrees.
If you are interested in an advanced degree, the Electrical Engineering Department serves as a host department for the Engineering and Applied Science Doctor of Philosophy.
In electrical engineering at CU Denver, undergraduate students can specialize in an area of study that interests them or select a broad spectrum of course work.
The master of engineering degree in electrical engineering is intended for students with an undergraduate degree that is not in engineering and is structured to give basic knowledge in engineering in an interdisciplinary manner.
The master of science in electrical engineering requires 30 semester hours and offers two plans of study: a Master's Thesis or a Course-Only Option.
The Engineering and Applied Science Ph.D. is a multi-disciplinary degree.