Our degrees in electrical and computer engineering teach you the principles of your profession in an interdisciplinary environment that emphasizes hands-on learning, teamwork, and leadership, with the ability to follow dedicated program tracks such as the Internet of Things, computer hardware design, integrated circuit chips, autonomous systems, artificial intelligence, software engineering, medical imaging, communications, wireless networks, power systems, power electronics, cybersecurity, and others.
Accelerated Master’s Degrees
The Accelerated Master’s Program allows you to complete both your bachelor’s and master’s degrees in as few as five years.
Gain a better understanding of the technology and industry practices that will give you a competitive advantage, while complementing coursework and many areas of study.
Our engineering certificate programs offer you a way to take three to four graduate-level courses that are aligned with industry needs in your current field or in a complementary one, unlocking new career advancement opportunities. Certificate students may subsequently apply this coursework credit toward the pursuit of a full master’s degree.
Graduate students often choose ECE at Illinois Tech due to the diverse and far-reaching impact that they will have on the major socioeconomic problems of the day—energy, cybersecurity, sustainability, networks, Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, and electricity markets, among others.
Our central Chicago location provides students with access to a diverse range of opportunities to conduct research and explore professional and cultural pursuits
Our doctoral degrees in electrical and computer engineering are awarded in recognition of a high level of mastery in the field and upon demonstration of a distinct ability to make substantial creative contributions. Doctoral students gain access to research-focused education and knowledge through advanced coursework, state-of-the-art and original research, and the publication of novel results in preparation for careers in academia and industrial research and development.