Apply by July 31st for ECE's online and project-based master's degree programs
Purdue University’s School of Electrical and Computer Engineering is accepting applications through July 31, 2020 for its online MSECE and Project-track master’s degree programs that begin in Fall 2020. Both options result in the same degree earned by students on Purdue’s West Lafayette campus, with the same courses taught by the same faculty.
Purdue ECE has been ranked #2 for its online MSECE by U.S. News & World Report. The online requires 30 credit hours of coursework, which can be customized to include a number of unique one-credit-hour courses to help students gain the desired range within their chosen technical field. This is the first comprehensive engineering post-graduate curricula provided online at less than $25K for master’s degrees. Students can choose to complete the MSECE entirely online, or switch to on-campus studies if they choose.
The Project-track MSECE allows students to get a world-class education in their engineering focus area, as well as professional management skills. Some students come directly from completing their undergraduate degree, while others have industry experience. A special highlight of the program is an intensive, yearlong design experience in which students interact with faculty and industry advisors. While this project-based, non-thesis MSECE is an on-campus program, much of the coursework can be completed online, and the design experience can be started online as well.
Regardless of the program, students earn the same MSECE degree. Rolling admissions continue until July 31, 2020. No GRE is required to apply. More information can be found here.