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|Contact Information for Electrical and Biomedical Engineering|
|Website||Electrical & Biomedical Engineering|
Scrugham Engineering and Mines
|Address||1664 N. Virginia Street
Reno, NV 89557-0260
The master's degree program in electrical engineering is designed to be flexible, with few required courses so that you can work with your faculty advisors to select coursework suited to your interests and career goals. Our program offers you the range of education needed to take on leadership roles within electrical engineering as well as develop knowledge of physical sciences and professional techniques.
Students pursuing a master's degree in electrical engineering can choose from two degree options:
Specific course requirements will be worked out with your advisory committee, in compliance with department and Graduate School guidelines, and filed as part of your Program of Study. The Program of Study is the formal specification of courses and credits required to earn your degree.