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Electrical Engineering Master's for Busy Professionals

Posted October 18, 2015 12:00 AM by Penn State

Penn State World Campus, the online learning platform for The Pennsylvania State University, offers a 100% online, 30-credit Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering. If you're interested in improving your career opportunities with an education from a nationally renowned university, but need the flexibility to do so on your own schedule, Penn State World Campus may be right for you.

Flexible online learning designed for busy professionals

Many Penn State World Campus engineering students lead extremely busy lives and pursue their education on a part-time basis. Penn State understands the demands of your schedule, and respects your commitment to continue learning. We've structured our online Master's in Electrical Engineering program to make it accessible to working professionals and anyone else whose schedule may impact his or her opportunity to engage in full-time or on-campus learning.

Identical engineering course work and identical degrees

As a World Campus engineering student, you'll experience the same rigorous courses that are taught on campus by our respected faculty. You'll start your degree with core course work concentrating on advanced technical knowledge, probability theory, research, and applications.

You'll then be able to customize your degree by choosing from a number of electives, covering subjects including signal processing, communication systems, power systems, electronics, electronic and integrated circuits, electromagnetics, and microelectronics. Upon graduation, the degree you receive will be identical to one earned by an on-campus student.

A tradition of excellence in distance and online education

Penn State World Campus is backed by more than a century of distance education experience and more than 15 years of providing outstanding online instruction. To ensure our students receive a quality education, our faculty maintain a strong focus on research, professional development, and online education best practices. Our College of Engineering is consistently ranked among the nation's best engineering schools, according to U.S. News & World Report.

In addition to our Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering, we offer more than 125 graduate and undergraduate programs, awarding degrees and certificates in a number of majors and disciplines. Our mission is to ensure that everyone has access to a high-quality academic experience, anywhere, anytime.

Learn more about our 100% online Master of Engineering in Electrical Engineering.

Editor's Note: This is a sponsored post brought to you by The Pennsylvania State University.


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