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Master of Science in
Electrical & Computer Engineering

The Master of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering allows students to gain technical proficiency and the ability to execute systems-level design.

About the Master of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering

According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, electrical engineers and computer engineers both continue to have above-average job growth and the industry is predicted to grow 5% from 2022 to 2032. An Electrical & Computer Engineering degree at Embry‑Riddle gives students the skills and knowledge necessary to work in engineering leadership roles for many industries. 

Program faculty are experienced professionals who bring firsthand knowledge and conduct ongoing research in which students can participate. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree in electrical or computer engineering, another engineering discipline, computer science or the physical sciences. 

Student Learning Outcomes

What you will learn while pursuing an Electrical & Computer Engineering degree:   

  • Apply fundamental electrical and computer engineering professional practices to analyze, design and implement electrical and/or computer systems.
  • Apply knowledge of advanced topics in electrical or computer engineering as appropriate to their chosen concentration.
  • Communicate effectively on issues pertaining to electrical and computer engineering. 

Electrical & Computer Engineering Career Opportunities

Careers and Employers

Electrical & Computer Engineering master's graduates often secure positions such as circuit design engineers, system analysts, network and systems engineers and radio frequency engineers. 

Electrical & Computer Engineering degree graduates enter the industry with companies such as: 

  • The Boeing Company 
  • FedEx 
  • General Motors 
  • Northrop Grumman 

Electrical & Computer Engineering Salary Information

As of 2023, graduates with a degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering receive competitive salaries, with an average income of $101,000 annually.



About Electrical & Computer Engineering at the Daytona Beach, FL Campus

A degree in Electrical & Computer Engineering prepares students for advanced careers in industries where increasing reliance on systems-level design has created a high demand for electrical, computer, software and systems engineers

The Daytona Beach Campus is home to the Eagle Flight Research Center, Green Garage and the Radar and Microwaves Lab, where students can take advantage of research opportunities and explore integrated circuit design and analysis. 

Electrical & Computer Engineering Information

  • Credits: 30 
  • Online or In-Person: In-Person 
  • Thesis: Thesis & Project (Non-Thesis Option) 

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