Curriculum

Curriculum

Gain an advanced, in-depth knowledge across a breadth of electrical engineering topics, while developing a concentrated knowledge base within a key area of study:

  • Power & Energy
  • Signal Processing
  • Biomedical Systems & Devices
  • Embedded Systems
  • Device Electronics (including MEMS and CMOS)

Explore areas of interest in courses that reflect current topics in electrical engineering. Develop the skills crucial for advanced professional practice.

Designed for working professionals and recent graduates, the MSEE program allows students to earn a master’s degree in a convenient full or part-time program, with class times in the late afternoon and evening.

Degree Requirements

Students fulfill the 46 credits of the MSEE degree by choosing either the coursework option or thesis option.

Full-time students are able to complete the degree requirements in five 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 the STEM Office of Graduate Studies at eegrad@uw.edu or call 425.352.5490 to set up an appointment.

The coursework option requires students to complete:

  • 1 credit B EE Graduate Seminar
  • 10 credits of advanced coursework
  • 35 credits of B EE electives

The thesis option requires students to complete:

  • 1 credit B EE Graduate Seminar
  • 10 thesis credits
  • 10 credits of advanced coursework
  • 25 credits of B EE electives