In RIT's electrical engineering master's degree, you'll engage in innovative research areas (communications, controls, digital systems, electromagnetics, integrated electronics, micro-electromechanical systems, robotics, signal and image processing) to solve industrial and business challenges.
Students design, analyze, and simulate simple digital and lumped parameter electrical circuits using a workstation environment and PSpice. They are exposed to the principles of AC circuit design and analysis and work with concepts of electromagnetic coupling and radiation. A course in Linear Systems prepares the student to analyze and design circuitry for transient behavior with the Laplace transform and for frequency response with Fourier techniques. Students assist in attacking problems involving electromagnetic emission and coupling of signals as well as simple energy conversion applications. They design and lay out digital logic circuits and analyze simple analog and digital communications systems as well as optical components and systems. By the end of their program, students increase their level of competence in a more specialized area of expertise (e.g., electronic design, control systems, communications, digital system design). Capable of work as an entry-level electrical engineer with the consequent increase of professional responsibility.
Programming Software: C++, MATLAB/SIMULAB, PSPICE, Z-transform
Program facilities equipment
The department of electrical and microelectronic engineering has a complete range of specialized laboratories with up-to-date equipment for teaching and research. These labs are available for student use and include: Robotics, Senior Design, Ph.D. Microsystems, Control Systems, Computer Architecture/Bio-Tech Studio, PC/Cadence Design Center, Freshman Practicum Studio, RF Electromagnetic/Antenna Design, Electromagnetic Theory and Applications (ETA), General Purpose Studio Lab, Graduate Research Lab, DSP and Signal Processing Graduate Research Lab, Digital Design/Embedded Systems Studio, RF/Analog, Biomedical Wet Lab, Analog Devices Integrated Microsystem, RF Shield Test and Measurement.
Program job titles reported
Electrical Engineer; AI Engineer; Machine Learning Engineer; Controls Engineer; Firmware Engineer; FPGA Software Engineer; Product Development Engineer; Reliability Engineer; Robotics Engineer; Software Engineer; Telecommunications Engineer; RF Engineer; Embedded System Engineer; Engineering Manager; Design Engineer; Analog Design Engineer; Digital Design Engineer; Product Development Engineer; Senior Engineer; DSP Engineer; Signal Processing Engineer; Power Systems Engineer; Senior Power Systems Engineer; Analog Design Engineer; Circuit Design Engineer; Senior Analog Design Engineer; Senior Circuit Design Engineer; RTL Design Engineer; Verification Engineer; CPU Design Engineer; Physical Design Engineer; DFT (Design for Test) Engineer
Select program hiring partners
Advanced Micro Devices; Amazon Robotics; Apple; Global Foundries; Intel; iRobot; Micron Technology; Microsoft; Sony Electronics; Tesla; Xilinx
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What’s different about RIT’s engineering education? It’s the opportunity to complete engineering co-ops and internships with top companies in every single industry. You’ll earn more than a master’s degree. You’ll gain real-world career experience that sets you apart.
Cooperative education, or co-op for short, is full-time, paid work experience in your engineering field of study. And it sets RIT engineering graduates apart from their competitors. RIT co-op is designed for your success.
Cooperative education is optional but strongly encouraged for graduate students in the electrical engineering master's program.