Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Multimedia and Creative Technologies

The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (Multimedia and Creative Technologies) is an area of emphasis for the electrical engineering student interested in the field of multimedia research. Students may earn a specialization in Multimedia and Creative Technologies by completing the general requirements for the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering along with additional program requirements.

Career Options

A variety of career opportunities exist, but primarily in the areas of: Systems Design, Broadcast Technology, Professional Communications, Industrial & Power Electronics, Power Engineering, Computer Architecture, Nanotechnology, Circuits, Computer Networks, Multimedia Processing, Microelectronics, Control and Traditional Energy Systems.

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

CSCI 551 | Computer Networking
CSCI 455 | Introduction to Programming Systems Design
CSCI 571 | Web Technologies
CSCI 574 | Computer Vision
CSCI 576 | Multimedia Systems Design
CSCI 585 | Database Systems
EE 483 | Introduction to Digital Signal Processing
EE 519 | Speech Recognition and Processing for Multimedia
EE 450 | Introduction to Computer Networks
EE 555 | Broadband and Network Architecture
EE 569 | Introduction to Digital Image Processing
EE 577a | VLSI System Design
EE 596 | Wavelets
EE 619 | Advanced Topics in Automatic Speech Recognition
EE 669 | Multimedia Data Compression

*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