Online Master’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering
UD’s electrical and computer engineering master’s degree does more than help you advance professionally. Our responsive curriculum anticipates and aligns with industry trends so that you stay on the cutting edge of the field.
- Reduced tuition for Spring 2023
- 100% online format
- 2 years to complete, 30 credit hours
- Personal enrollment support through to degree completion
- GRE waivers are considered
Degree Requirements (30 credits)
- ELEG 632 Mathematical Methods for Signal Processing (3)
- ELEG 634 Signals and Systems (3)
- ELEG 631 Digital Signal Processing (3)
- ELEG 635 Digital Communication (3)
- ELEG 845 Modern Machine Learning (3)
- CISC 650/ELEG 651 Computer Networks (3)
- CPEG 665 Introduction to Cybersecurity (CYBER I) (3)
- CPEG 657 Search and Data Mining (3)
- CPEG 672 Applied Cryptography (3)
- ELEG 617 The Smart Grid (3)
The online electrical and computer engineering courses are 7 weeks long, with multiple entry points offered per calendar year.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year university in electrical engineering, computer engineering, computer science, mathematics, physics or a related discipline
- A GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Official GRE Score*
- Statement of Purpose**
- Three letters of recommendation.
*The following GRE scores are competitive: A minimum Quantitative score of 150 and a minimum Verbal, Qualitative score of 150
**A personal statement or essay addressing the professional and academic achievements that will help you succeed in computer engineering careers. Your personal statement should answer these questions:
- Why do you wish to pursue your graduate studies at the University of Delaware? What, in your opinion, makes UD special?
- What are your career objectives and how will an electrical and computer engineering master’s degree help you achieve your goals?
Tuition rates of all programs can be seen on the Graduate Office’s Tuition webpage.
You may start this program in the fall, summer or spring semesters. Applications are accepted at any time up until a week before classes begin. Applicants are considered for admission on a rolling basis, which makes now the perfect time to apply.