Curriculum

The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) has a unique curriculum that provides students with advanced, in-depth knowledge across a breadth of electrical engineering topics, while encouraging students to develop a concentrated knowledge base within key areas such as:

  • Signal Processing
  • Embedded Systems
  • Biomedical Systems and Devices
  • Power Systems
  • Device Electronics
  • MEMS
  • CMOS

In each of these specific areas, we offer course sequences of concentrated study culminating in significant project work. Students learn in-depth knowledge in their area of interest, and obtain hands-on experience within key areas crucial for advanced professional practice.

Students may choose to fulfill degree requirements with coursework in a variety of current topics or through a research option.  Students who chose the research option will partner closely with EE faculty in their final year of study to conduct research and write a Master’s thesis. Full-time students are able to complete the degree requirements in 5 quarters, while part-time students are able to complete the degree requirements in three years.

For brief descriptions of the MSEE courses, visit the UW Bothell Electrical Engineering Course Descriptions.

Contact

For more information, please contact Sharon Meriwether, the EE Graduate Program Advisor at eegrad@uw.edu or call 425.352.5490 to set up an appointment.