A Master’s degree in Electrical Engineering has the purpose of training students so they can provide solutions to real-world engineering issues. The degree comes with a heavy focus on engineering techniques, mathematics and physics.
Master in Electrical Engineering in Africa
The Master of Professional Engineering equips you with the technical knowledge, skills and professional competencies that allow you to work as a professional engineer upon gra ... +
M.Sc. Program students must complete a total of at least thirty-six credit hours, within the following guidelines: Course-work of eighteen credit hours, including core courses ... +
The purpose of the qualification is to develop an engineer with advanced abilities in applying fundamental engineering sciences and/design and synthesis, and related principle ... +
This programme allows graduates, through research, to gain advanced capabilities in Communications and Telecommunications areas.
The Master of Electrical Engineering (MS, MSEE) program objective is to help students with the application of scientific and mathematical knowledge to the practical needs of s ... +
In the electromechanical age, Electrical Engineering as a discipline was monolithic. The name Department of Electrical Engineering was adopted by Universities offering the pro ... +
A qualifying student will be able to conduct independent research, with minimum guidance, in a chosen field of Electrical Engineering, and contribute to knowledge production i ... +
This programme is designed, through research, to build depth in various specialisations selected.