Engineering Specializations for MS in Electrical Engineering from CU Boulder

The full Master of Science in Electrical Engineering curriculum will launch over the next 1-2 years. You can start working to complete courses within non-credit Specializations now, and convert them to credit later as the degree comes fully online.

Engineering Specializations for MS in Electrical Engineering from CU Boulder

The full Master of Science in Electrical Engineering curriculum will launch over the next 1-2 years. You can start working to complete courses within non-credit Specializations now, and convert them to credit later as the degree comes fully online.

Enroll in Specializations Now, Earn Credit Later

New Specializations launch every few months. Currently, the Specializations that are available include:

Optical Engineering

Optical Engineering

University of Colorado Boulder

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This Master of Science in Electrical Engineering program has no application to begin. Instead, it offers an innovative performance-based admissions process. Prospective students interested in this degree can begin their path by completing a series of courses in a “Pathway Specialization” for credit.

Complete the "MS-EE Declaration of Intent" form for immediate admission to the program today.

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