ECE offers fellowships for online MSECE
Fellowships are now available for the first time to master’s degree students who apply to the online track in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Purdue University. These fellowships will cover, fully or partially, the tuition for this degree program. Selection criteria include academic record, references, experiences, and other indicators of likelihood of success in completing the degree and achieving career goals. Every student who applies to the online MSECE program is eligible for the fellowship. No additional application material is needed; students are automatically considered.
"We are very excited to be able offer this opportunity for the very first time and we are very thankful to our generous alums who stepped up to support our students in this difficult time,” says Dimitri Peroulis, the Michael and Katherine Birck Head of Electrical and Computer Engineering. “Students in our 100%-online master’s program take the same courses from the same faculty, and, of course, earn the same degree as our on-campus students at a price of only $22,500.”
Applications are being accepted through July 31, 2020 for the online MSECE program that begins in Fall 2020. Purdue ECE has been ranked #2 for its online MSECE by U.S. News & World Report. The online track 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.
“Students can focus on data science, Artificial Intelligence, quantum engineering, and many other options to earn their degree from the most affordable top 10 graduate engineering program in the US,” says Peroulis. “Recognizing the challenges many students face due to the global pandemic today, we hope that these fellowships will expand the available opportunities even further.”
This is the first comprehensive engineering post-graduate curricula provided online at less than $25K for master’s degrees. Rolling admissions continue through July 31, 2020. No GRE is required to apply. More information can be found here.