Graduate Programs

  • Master of Engineering (ME)
    Designed for students already working in the US, the Master of Engineering (ME) degree augments the scientific knowledge of an electrical engineer with the skills of a manager. This program provides training for managing technical teams and is well suited for practicing engineers in the Buffalo area (can be taken full or part-time).
  • Master of Science (MS)
    The degree of Master of Science (MS) in Electrical Engineering comprises an academic core and a cohesive set of advanced courses, concluding in a thesis, or other culminating experience .
  • Doctoral Program (PhD)
    The PhD program provides an advanced level of study and training for the development of research-level scholars with expertise in human factors, operations research, or production systems.
  • Engineering Sciences MS: Focus on Internet of Things
    The Internet of Things (IoT) is the network of physical objects—devices, vehicles, buildings and other items—embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity that enables these objects to collect and exchange data.
  • Engineering Sciences MS: Focus on Microelectronic and Semiconductor Engineering
    Semiconductors are the wafer-thin microchips essential for all electronic devices. With the passage of the U.S. CHIPS and Science Act, the US is ready to retake a global lead in semiconductor research, development, and production.
  • Engineering Sciences MS: Focus on Clean Energy
    Clean energy refers to energy generated using renewable resources, such as solar energy, wind, waste, and water.
  • Engineering Sciences MS: Quantum Science & Nanotechnology
    With a solid foundation in quantum mechanics and solid-state electronics, the curriculum introduces students to foundational concepts of quantum computing, while also discussing the role of nanotechnology for emerging scalable hardware realizations in this field.