Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Computer Networks

The Master of Science Electrical Engineering (Computer Networks) is an area of emphasis for the electrical engineering student interested in data networks.

Career Options

A variety of career opportunities exist, but primarily in the areas of:

Courses of Interest – Across all Electrical Engineering graduate degree programs*

CSCI 402 | Operating Systems
CSCI 530 | Security Systems
CSCI 551 | Computer Networking
CSCI 555 | Advanced Operating Systems
CSCI 570 | Analysis of Algorithms
EE 450 | Introduction to Computer Networks
EE 457 | Computer Systems Organization
EE 503 | Probability for Electrical and Computer Engineers
EE 512 | Stochastic Processing
EE 535 | Mobile Communications
EE 550 | Design & Analysis of Computer Communication Networks
EE 554 | Real Time Computer Systems
EE 555 | Broadband Network Architectures
EE 557 | Computer Systems Architecture
EE 558 | Optical Fiber Communication Systems

*Click here for a complete list of program requirements.

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Highlighted Electrical Engineering Faculty

Michael Chen, PhD Michael Dubois, PhD
Petros A. Ioannou, PhD