Electrical and Computer Engineering with E3 Specialization (M.A.S.)

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Illinois Tech’s Master of Electrical and Computer Engineering with Specialization in Energy/Environment/Economics (E3) is a course-only degree program that prepares students for leading-edge positions in electrical and computer engineering. This program can be completed in one year of full-time study and provides students with advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice with applications in energy, environment, and economics.

Program Overview

This course-only degree program prepares students for leading-edge professional practice in electrical and computer engineering. Students will gain in-depth knowledge and take a deep dive in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice with applications in energy, environment, and economics.

Career Opportunities

Our graduate Master of Electrical and Computer Engineering with E3 specialization program will prepare you for such careers as:

  • Energy efficiency and renewable solutions architect
  • Process/environmental compliance engineer
  • Project engineer, renewable engineering

The Master of Electrical and Computer Engineering with Specialization in Energy/Environment/Economics (E3) provides students with advanced professional preparation in specialized areas of environmental engineering practice with applications in energy, environment, and economics. This program can be completed in one year of full-time study.

Coursework for this specialization includes energy, environment, and economics, elements of sustainable energy, and microgrid design and operation.

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The admission requirements for this degree follow the existing admission requirements for other professional master’s degrees in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. Students whose accredited bachelor’s degree is not in electrical engineering may pursue this degree, provided that they have an adequate background and can demonstrate proficiency in the material outlined in the course bulletin.