Electronics and Electrical Engineering
Master of Science
Subject to approval.
The Master of Science in Electronics and Electrical Engineering provides an advanced degree for students seeking rewarding industry careers or further research study. Entering students will typically possess an undergraduate bachelor's degree in electronics and electrical engineering. Carolina University’s engineering program integrates internships and work-integrated learning as essential components in order to build workplace skills and enhance employability.
Students are required to complete 48 credits over two years to graduate with the MS in Electronics and Electrical Engineering. Courses in the program include Power Electronics, Control Systems, and wireless communications.
Carolina University offers attractive scholarships in its engineering program. These awards are based on academic excellence and need.
Program Learning Outcomes
- Apply engineering knowledge and skills to solve a variety of societal problems
- Apply math and science knowledge to solve engineering problems
- Analyze and interpret complex data, develop and conduct experiments
- Act ethically, communicate effectively, exercise professional judgement, and work cooperatively
- Understand engineering within a holistic context including social, environmental, legal, economic, political, health and safety, and sustainability factors
- Engage in lifelong learning and pursue continuous improvement
- A high school diploma or GED
- GPA of 2.0 or higher
- Official transcripts from all previously attended schools
- Completed application with Carolina University
- The maximum time limit to complete the program is five years or 150% of the credits, whichever the student reaches first.
- A minimum of 30 credit hours must be completed at CU.
- Up to 50% of the required credit hours can be transferred.
- Graduation is contingent upon the completion of 60 hours of prescribed courses with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00.