MS in Electrical Engineering
Advance your career through an MS in EE program focused on the dynamic field of power electronics and energy conversion.The world of power electronics and energy conversion is changing rapidly, creating opportunities for electrical engineers with advanced skills and the ability to apply them on the technologies and products that are driving growth. In the Union Graduate College MS in EE program, you can expand your understanding of areas such as modern electric machinery, modeling, control of power electronics, superconductivity, synchronous generation, fuel cell engineering, photovoltaics and more. You’ll also learn how to put your knowledge to work so you can make an immediate and long term impact in your field.
Work with us to tailor a program to your career goals.Our Dean and advisors work closely with students to understand their career goals and develop study plans that enable them to advance. As you browse our offerings in Electrical Engineering, you’ll find courses well-matched to your interests, whether you want to gain deeper insights into a particular technology or broaden your knowledge of an industry. The program is flexible. Ten courses are required; by integrating seven or more technical EE courses, with up to three interdisciplinary courses in business, mechanical engineering or computer science, you can create a plan of study that will inspire and engage you. We particularly encourage students interested in management and leadership to include MBA electives in their study program to complement their growing technical expertise.
Study with working professionals, on a schedule that fits your needs.With evening courses and part-time study, Union Graduate College offers the only engineering program in the capital region designed to meet the needs of working professionals. You’ll learn and network with other professionals who are seeking to advance their knowledge and become leaders in their fields. Coursework is also well-matched to recent graduates who want to benefit from learning alongside experienced professionals.
Tap the knowledge, experience and connections of faculty.The Union Graduate College Engineering faculty are accomplished educators, researchers and industry practitioners. They are connected to the region’s leading industries and integrate the latest technologies and applications in the courses they teach. You’ll not only advance your knowledge in their classes, you’ll also learn how to apply it to real-life challenges and opportunities.
Connect with successful Capital Region companiesOur prime location near New York’s capital attracts students and faculty from companies like Benet Laboratories, GE Global Research, GE Power & Water Bechtel Corp-Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, Super Power and Atlas Copco. You'll benefit from cutting-edge courses and career-enhancing connections.
Curriculum For more information, contact:
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering Advisor
Dean Robert Kozik