Collaborative Electrical Science
Earn your advanced degree at of one of the nation’s premier centers for power engineering research, education and collaboration between industry and academia at the University of Idaho. Learn how to apply your knowledge in the field to develop complex electrical solutions for computers, power conversion and more. Areas of expertise include power/energy systems, electromagnetic radio wave propagation, electronic packaging and microelectronics.
The ideal candidate for the master’s program in Electrical Engineering will hold a bachelor’s in Electrical Engineering from an accredited institution and demonstrate proficiency in chemistry, physics and mathematics.
If your undergraduate degree is not in Electrical Engineering, you will be required to complete background courses to remove deficiencies before beginning the graduate program.
During the first semester, a faculty member is appointed to serve as your major professor/mentor. You work closely with your major professor to prepare and submit a study plan for approval as early in the semester as possible. Both a nonthesis (M.Engr.) option and a thesis (M.S.) option are available for master's and Ph.D. students.
For the latest information on all available Electrical Engineering courses, view our Course Catalog.