M.S. in Electrical & Computer Engineering
Fairfield University's Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering (MSECE) program provides students with the knowledge and skills to innovate and lead in their discipline in the framework of research and development in academic institutions, the industrial workplace, research laboratories, or service organizations. These outcomes are achieved through carefully chosen academic experiences that students gain from purposeful curriculum design, instruction, inquiry, and professional development.
The MSECE program includes areas of power and power electronics and combines the study, design, and use of software and hardware systems. Should you pursue an M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering at Fairfield, you'll study:
- System and product engineering
- Hardware and software design
- Embedded systems
- Control systems
- Computer architecture
- Visualization and multimedia systems
Among the challenging learning tasks will be:
- Writing embedded software for real-time microcontrollers
- Designing VLSI chips
- Working with analog sensors
- Designing mixed signal circuit boards
- Designing microelectronics systems and computer-based systems
The MSECE program takes advantage of elective courses offered by the School of Engineering master's degree programs in software engineering and management of technology. As a result, you'll gain a sense of the economic and business values needed to employ technology to serve society's needs.
Fairfield's Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering is designed to allow you the flexibility to plan a curriculum that fits your needs and provides the highest quality graduate educational experience. We invite you to learn more about the program's courses, faculty, and director. Have more questions? Read our FAQs or contact us.