MS ECE Live: Earn an Elite U.S. Master’s Degree in Your Home Country Without Interrupting Your Career
MS ECE Live is a 16-month program designed for working engineers or recent graduates who are looking to grow their career and their skills at the same time. Engineers who want to play a central part in the creation and implementation of new IoT technologies for example, and bring that new knowledge back to their work, are the ideal candidates for this degree.
Students will learn new approaches to electrical and computer engineering from professors and researchers who are at the forefront of technological innovation in the United States and around the world. Their curriculum will give students a collaborative and unparalleled cross-cultural learning experience.
Apply now to see if you qualify for a scholarship. No GRE needed.
You can begin your studies at one of our global study center locations.
Take Live courses directly on your device wherever you are.
In Other International Locations:
Live to your device anywhere and classrooms in Bangalore, Doha, Hyderabad, Manesar, Mumbai
Professional and practical, the program provides high-level training and hands-on experience in cutting-edge technology, which culminates in a design-intensive capstone project. Students progress through the program together as a cohort and are taught exclusively by UMass Amherst professors for the duration of the program.
Students are required to have an undergraduate engineering degree in: Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, or Computer Engineering, with strong performance in math and programming courses. If students have an engineering degree from a program not listed, please contact email@example.com.
Global Study Center In Your Home Country or Live to Your Device
Students are taught by UMass Amherst professors for the duration of the program, both in the classroom as well as using a state-of-the-art, live, video-based virtual platform
Instruction delivered in English with bilingual language support.
An IELTS score of 6.5 or equivalent is required.
Fall and Spring Program Starts: September, January