Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

University of Colorado Boulder

Career Outcomes

Graduates of the on-campus Professional MS in Electrical Engineering program have gone on to become engineers at Intel, Lockheed Martin, Tesla, Google, and more. View electrical engineering graduate careers and salaries from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics here!

Many graduates from the MS-EE program have made major contributions to the electrical engineering world, through innovations, research, and discoveries. Learn more about their stories here.

Alumni Network Benefits

As a University of Colorado Boulder graduate, you will join the alumni association, Forever Buffs. Learn more about Forever Buffs alumni association here.

Whether you’re on the job hunt or looking to advance your career, the Forever Bluffs alumni association has your back. Freshen up your resume, prep for an interview, and find your true calling. Alumni Career Services offer a range of career and professional development opportunities for all alumni.

Career Services

Admitted degree-seeking students have access to Handshake, a comprehensive resource for all things career-related.

Handshake is CU’s online recruiting tool used by thousands of employers. It’s also your free one-stop shop for starting your career journey. Handshake is available to all current CU students, regardless of your major or year. There are more than 20,000 employers on Handshake eager to connect with potential candidates!

Admissions Information

Enrollment for the Spring 1 2023 session is now open!

Important Dates

  • January 2: Spring 1 Enrollment opens
  • January 16: Spring 1 Classes start
  • February 24: Spring 1 Enrollment closes

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