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College of Engineering & Information Sciences

Electrical Engineering (MSEE) Careers Overview

If you have a bachelor's degree in an engineering field like electrical engineering, electronics engineering, computer engineering, or biomedical engineering technology, advance your career and increase your earning potential with a master's degree. Through hands-on study, mentoring relationships with professional engineers, and applied projects, you'll develop the skills, knowledge, and experience you need for professional growth. With this advanced technical education, you'll be able to pursue an electrical engineering career in the analysis, design, and development of computer and electronic systems, increasing your career prospects in a field where demand for qualified engineers is high.

Areas of Opportunity

 

When you earn your MSEE degree from DeVry University, you'll focus your studies with a relevant concentration in computer systems. Begin or advance your career as an engineer in areas such as:

  • Computer systems design
  • Embedded systems design
  • Distributed systems design
  • Network systems design
  • Wireless systems design
  • Multimedia systems design
  • Neural network design

For related career paths, see all degree programs offered by the College of Engineering & Information Sciences.
 

Career Abilities

 

DeVry University graduates in MSEE will be prepared to accomplish the following:

  • Analyze, design, and implement solutions to complex engineering problems using applicable tools.
  • Apply U.S. and international standards, including those for health and safety, to design solutions to ensure interoperability with other conforming products, processes, and services in U.S. and international settings.
  • Apply the Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Code of Ethics and other ethics guidelines to work in the engineering profession.
  • Effectively communicate and resolve issues with both technical and non-technical colleagues.
  • Access and use information to enhance expertise and professional standing.