The master of engineering in electrical engineering at CU Denver is a broad-based, interdisciplinary degree designed especially for students who want to further their education in electrical engineering in areas such as engineering administration, where
coursework in business management would logically supplement engineering studies.
Graduate programs in electrical engineering offer the following areas of concentration:
The master of engineering in electrical engineering requires 30 credit hours of academic work.
For more information, refer to the Electrical Engineering Graduate Program Guide.
NOTE: The electrical engineering master of science at the University of Colorado Denver is a member of Western Regional Graduate Program. Qualified students admitted to
this program who are residents of one of the 15 WICHE states may be eligible for residential tuition.
To be considered for admission to the Master of Engineering program, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:
Students are required to successfully complete all prerequisites assigned to any electrical engineering graduate course.
Fall - April 15
Spring - September 15
Summer* - February 1
Fall - May 1
Spring - October 1
Summer* - February 15
*Please check that your desired program has a summer term start available.