The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department's highly-rated graduate program offers MS, MEng, and PhD degrees with cutting-edge research in in a variety of areas including:
Our professors are nationally and internationally-known for their research, with funding coming from sources such as the National Science Foundation, the Air Force Office of Scientific Research, NASA, the Air Force Research Lab, US Army, and many high-tech companies. Several of our professors have been recognized for their excellence in research, teaching, and service with the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence.
This page and its links provide much more information about our department, our professors and our degree programs. Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have.
Do you have any questions?
- FAQ section for ECE prospective students and new applicants
- For questions about application details: Graduate School contact page
- For questions about program details: Please contact ECE Staff
The MS program prepares students for careers as technical innovators in both corporate and R&D environments by providing:
- Increased depth in an area of specialization
- Expanded breadth in supporting areas
Focused study of recent advances in your area of specialization
The MEng program prepares students for careers as technical leaders through a flexible combination of:
- Broad study in several technical areas
- Studies in various business-related areas
The PhD program is a research-focused program that prepares students for R&D careers in corporate, academic, and research lab environments by providing:
- A flexible program of course work to support your research area.
- Extensive independent research on a cutting-edge research topic
- Details of ECE Graduate Programs
- Distance Education - EngiNet
- EngiNet Courses Offered for Fall 2014
- EngiNet Courses Offered for Spring 2014
- ECE Graduate Course Descriptions
- Tentative Plan of Future Graduate Course Offerings (.pdf, 199kb)
- Course Listings
- Graduate Courses Offered for Fall 2014
- Graduate Courses Offered for Spring 2014
- Full-Time Status Decision Tree