MSE in Electrical and Computer Engineering (Part-Time)
Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering
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Develop the multidisciplinary analytical, technical, and engineering design skills necessary to innovate and create, from computer engineering to satellite communications-instructed by a professor involved in NASA’s New Horizons Pluto mission – to systems and controls.
A focus area/concentration can be selected but is not required. Your choice of focus area will not appear on your diploma upon graduation but will provide tailored study in interests in the selected areas.
- Communications and Networking: Study the engineering behind today’s communications networks.
- Computer Engineering: Study the engineering behind advanced computing data systems, architecture, and more.
- Electronics and Solid State: Study the theories, designs, and systems behind circuits and electronic materials.
- Optics and Photonics: Study how fiber optics, lasers, and more can be used in labs and through practical applications.
- RF and Microwave Engineering: Study electromagnetic transmission, advanced antenna systems, and radio wave manipulation.
- Signal Processing: Study the practical application of signal processing through real-time computer vision, machine learning, digital signal processing, and more.
- Systems and Controls: Study the connections between different engineering systems and the theory that controls them.
Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals Electrical and Computer Engineering online part-time master’s program is one of the largest in the country. And our highly regarded program is one of the best, ranked #4 by U.S. News & World Report.
From a thorough grounding in foundational topics such as electromagnetics, electronic devices, and systems theory to building the hardware and software architectures of next-generation mobile platforms, students gain valuable skills and knowledge and will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to apply advanced electrical and computer engineering theory and methods to translate functional system descriptions into component-level designs and structures.
- Demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments or simulations, as well as analyze and interpret the results.
- Demonstrate proficiency in the use of advanced mathematical and analytical techniques and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.