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Electrical & Computer Engineering, M.S.

Gain critical experience through a curriculum rich in practical, design-oriented engineering and its underlying theoretical concepts.

What You’ll Learn

In the Electrical & Computer Engineering, M.S., you’ll learn to integrate advanced concepts in the field with cutting-edge research in the areas of radar, RF/microwave and low-power circuit design, medical imaging, image/signal processing, biomedical devices, and modern control.

You’ll gain comprehensive knowledge and proficiency in advanced mathematics and stochastic processes; linear systems and digital communications; computer architecture and system design; and parallel computing, networks, and integrated circuit designs.

You’ll have the opportunity to work on funded research projects for the Department of Defense, National Science Foundation, among others alongside faculty at New York Tech’s Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center (ETIC).


  • Bose Corporation
  • General Motors
  • GlobalLogic
  • IBM
  • Lockheed Martin Corporation
  • Microsoft
  • T-Mobile

Career Options

  • Automation/Controls Engineer
  • Communications System Engineer
  • Firmware Engineer
  • R&D Electrical Engineer
  • Systems Design Engineer
Ji Li (M.S. ’16)

Electrical Engineer

An R&D electrical engineer at Ascensia Diabetes Care, Ji was an electrical engineer at global medical tech leader BD, where he focused on research and development in wireless communication for medication safety applications.

Christopher De Leon (M.S. '21)

Intern, U.S. Navy

Christopher's internship with the U.S. Navy in summer 2109 provided him the opportunity to work with an electrical controls engineering group responsible for upgrading and servicing naval ship control systems.

Kayla Ho (M.S. '19)

Student Leader

During her time at New York Tech, Kayla led the student IEEE branch, which helped her learn how to "work with different students, how to adapt to their needs and help them grow as individuals.


Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.




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How You’ll Succeed

Upon graduation, you’ll have built a specialty in an area such as computer security, quantum computing, nanotechnology, signal processing, and information technology.

You’ll also be well prepared to use cutting-edge technology, including various tools to simulate electrical/electronic circuits, program microprocessors/embedded systems/FPGAs, model and implement control/communication systems, and process data/signals/systems.

International F-1 students who successfully complete this degree are eligible for an additional 24-month STEM OPT extension to work in the U.S. in an area directly related to their area of study immediately upon completing the customary 12-month post-completion Optional Practical Training (OPT).

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New York Tech is a Top Performer for Social Mobility among regional universities in the North.