With over 50 years of engineering experience, Florida Tech is a leader in science and engineering education and research. The master’s in electrical engineering program prepares graduates to meet the technological challenges of the 21st century. Electrical and computer engineering graduates are sought by every major industry in the economy from aerospace, automotive, medical, and nuclear companies to electronic, computer, power, and communications organizations.
Employers need electrical engineers to design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacturing of electrical equipment such as motors, radar and navigation systems, communications systems, and power equipment. Graduates with a master’s in electrical engineering work primarily in research and development, engineering services, manufacturing, and the federal government.
Why Pursue a Master's in Electrical Engineering at Florida Tech?
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is Florida Tech’s second-largest engineering program, with an exciting climate of technical innovation. The program allows students interested in an electrical engineering master’s degree to push the boundaries in unique research topics and advanced technological solutions.
Five unique areas of specialization are offered in the electrical engineering master’s program. Depending on their career goals, students can customize their curriculum to align with their interests in electromagnetics, photonics, spacecraft systems, systems, and information processing, or wireless systems and technology.
Low Student-to-Faculty Ratio, with a Culture of Innovation
Florida Tech is a top choice for an electrical engineering master’s degree. Students experience an intimate, focused environment where professors mentor students, class sizes are small, and there is an opportunity for students to work with faculty on research topics such as speech processing, machine learning, wireless communication, and image processor, and semiconductor modeling.
Florida Tech’s highly distinguished faculty is advancing the industry through cutting-edge research. Each faculty member is a professional engineer who has experience in real-world design and research. As one of the top electrical engineering schools in the country, Florida Tech’s culture of innovation and hands-on learning prepares graduates to enter a variety of competitive fields in electrical engineering.
Located in the Heart of Florida’s High-Tech Corridor
Florida Tech’s 130-acre campus is located on the Space Coast (so named because of the presence of NASA and the Kennedy Space Center on Cape Canaveral just north of us). The area has one of the largest high-tech workforces in the country, with more than 5,000 high-tech corporations and government and military organizations located nearby. This workforce also provides an abundance of internship and employment opportunities.
Florida Tech is just over the causeway from the Atlantic Ocean with its 72 miles of beautiful beaches, and a short trip to the Florida Keys or the Orlando theme parks. We also have a rich campus life that includes a wide range of intramural and collegiate sports, clubs, and social activities.