Armour College of Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering
Chicago, Illinois, United States
The Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) department at Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) is a high-tech center for excellence in education and research at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The department has a tradition of innovation, including IIT faculty Lee DeForest who invented the first vacuum tube capable of amplifying an electrical signal in1906, and Martin Cooper (EE ’50, M.S. ’57), a pioneer in in wireless communication who invented the cell phone.
Master's Degree, MAS, Master (non-thesis)
Master's Degree, MS, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering,
Doctoral Degree, PhD, Computer Engineering, Electrical Engineering
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers academic programs in advanced study to graduates with technical background in preparation for careers in industry and in academic research. Admission normally requires a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering or related field. Candidates whose degree is in another field, and have a strong background in sciences and laboratory techniques, are also eligible for admission and are encouraged to apply