Master of Art Programs in Electrical Engineering

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Electrical Engineering

Today’s job market is quite different than it has been in previous generations. Higher education has become virtually essential for securing even entry-level positions in some companies. As such, a Master of Arts is becoming more of a necessity for those looking to excel in their careers.

What is an MA in Electrical Engineering? It is a program that helps individuals with an electrical engineering background further hone their skills and learn how to apply them on a global scale. Individuals in this program not only gain hands-on experience in today’s engineering practices, but they also receive training on common and evolving business practices within the industry. Upon graduation, students are able to effectively create and employ practices to help companies grow and advance, domestically and abroad.

This program can prove to be quite beneficial to individuals looking to advance within their engineering career. The management and problem-solving skills that are developed through this degree help increase an individual’s value to possible employers.

The cost of a master’s program varies dependent upon different factors. The average cost of the institution, the location of the school and whether you study on campus or online all weigh in on the cost of the program.

Most individuals who pursue an MA in Electrical Engineering can expect a flourishing career within the industry. Though you may have to work your way up, you can gain a management position in a company. However, with its managerial and problem solving components, this degree can be applied in different fields and sectors. Those with an entrepreneurial spirit can pursue their own company or contracted positions, as well as serve as a consultant to various businesses.

If you are interested in a prosperous career within the electrical engineering field, consider pursuing an MA in Electrical Engineering. Options are available worldwide. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.

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M.Sc. Electrical engineering

Hochschule Stralsund – University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 3 semesters September 2019 Germany Schwerin

Energy transition, e-mobility, Industry 4.0 or information superhighway - many current issues of our time can only be mastered with specialists in electrical engineering. If you are interested in just one of these applications in the fields of energy, automation or telecommunications, then you are in good hands with a degree in electrical engineering! And even more: with a modern campus right on the Baltic Sea, the fun is not too short! [+]

Energy transition, e-mobility, Industry 4.0 or information superhighway - many current issues of our time can only be mastered with specialists in electrical engineering. If you are interested in just one of these applications in the fields of energy, automation or telecommunications, then you are in good hands with a degree in electrical engineering! And even more: with a modern campus right on the Baltic Sea, the fun is not too short!

overview Degree Program - Electrical Engineering - Master (ETM) Faculty - Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Start of studies - summer semester and winter semester Approval - approval-free Duration of study - 3 semesters Creditpoints - 90 ECTS Degree - Master of Science (M.Sc.) Lecture Language - German Pre-requisites ... [-]

Master of Engineering in Electrical and Information Engineering

Covenant University
Online Part time March 2019 Nigeria Nigeria Online

In the electromechanical age, Electrical Engineering as a discipline was monolithic. The name Department of Electrical Engineering was adopted by Universities offering the programme. Then came the era of microelectronics which broadened the discipline to Electrical and Electronic Engineering; and Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering became the order of the day. [+]

In the electromechanical age, Electrical Engineering as a discipline was monolithic. The name Department of Electrical Engineering was adopted by Universities offering the programme. Then came the era of microelectronics which broadened the discipline to Electrical and Electronic Engineering; and Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering became the order of the day. The computer age followed and it became fashionable to have a Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. The new realm now is an Information age and in order to cope effectively with industry’s labour demand, it is imperative to design programmes and curricula to meet this demand. Hence, the new nomenclature of Department of Electrical and Information Engineering; and the programmes offered in this Department.... [-]