Students in the ECE M.S. program are provided with a thorough background in the fundamentals of electrical or computer engineering, as well as the opportunity for in-depth specialization in some particular aspect of these fields. Upon enrollment in the department, students are given the opportunity, with the help of an academic advisor and faculty mentor, to choose an educational program that is consistent with their backgrounds and is best suited to their own academic goals. Additional information about The Bureau for Private Postsecondary Education (BPPE) can be found here.
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The SYSU-CMU Joint Institute of Engineering is an international collaboration between Sun Yat-sen University and Carnegie Mellon University to innovate engineering education.
Students who are interested in ECE and innovation management may also be interested in this program offered by E&TIM.
The Master of Science in Technology Ventures equips students with tools and skills to bring high tech ideas to market. Students learn to leverage cutting-edge technologies in order to make a true impact on society.
In partnership with the Integrated Innovation Institute, the dual degree is a five-semester bicoastal program that allows M.S. in Electrical & Computer Engineering students to also obtain a Master of Science in Technology Ventures. In addition to completing ECE requirements in Pittsburgh, students travel to Silicon Valley for an internship at an established startup and fulfill two academic semesters learning about tech transfer and entrepreneurship at out campus in Mountain View, CA.
Students who are interested in ECE may also be interested in the programs offered by the INI.
Students who are interested in the technical aspects of sound production, music representation, music signal processing, and sound recording may also be interested in this program offered by the School of Music, Computer Science, and ECE.
Students who are interested in ECE and interdisciplinary studies in energy may also be interested in the Energy Science, Technology and Policy (ESTP) program offered by the College of Engineering.
Students who are interested in Emerging Media may also be interested in the Master of Science in Emerging Media – Sensor Networking and Multimodal Signals. This is a two-year degree that prepares students to tackle complex challenges in emerging media. Students study areas in electronic design, sensor integration, signal processing, wireless communication, and distributed computing platforms, and work with students of other disciplines in the program in fusion studios. The Emerging Media Program is offered collaboratively through the College of Fine Arts (CFA), School of Computer Science (SCS), and the College of Engineering (CIT).
Graduate program applications are now being accepted.