The Master’s Program in Electrical Engineering (M.E.) is designed to prepare students with the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to perform as efficient and highly qualified professionals in the specializations of Power and Control Systems. Both specializations are focused on modeling, design and practical knowledge of systems.
The specialization in Control Systems provides for the development and implementation of advanced technology and design techniques of control applications in manufacturing, pharmaceutical and petrochemical processes, and in the applications of robotics, automated systems, and intelligent control.
The specialization in Power Systems will provide future graduates with the skills to analyze and to suggest solutions to problems in the generation, distribution, and control of electrical energy. This specialization integrates the use of renewable energy, distributed generation and the challenges of the integration of intermittent sources within electrical systems.
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Last updated May 24, 2018