Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering student working on a project
Master of Science

About the Program

Dive deeper into your specialty and advance your knowledge of leading-edge electronics, integrated circuit design, and advanced micro and nanoelectromechanical fabrication 

When studying at Case Western Reserve, the #1 university in Ohio (U.S. News & World Report), you'll not only conduct pioneering research in computational intelligence, robotic control and more in our well-designed research lab—but you'll gain the ability to develop digital devices, software and systems that improve and impact everyday life.

What to Expect

Our graduate-level curriculum—designed to strengthen your foundation in physical science and mathematics—allows you to tailor your learning experience to your professional interests while pursuing one of our research, project and course-focused tracks.

As a graduate of our program, you'll elevate your career across a variety of technology sectors not limited to:

  • Computer and internet
  • Healthcare and medical devices
  • Manufacturing and automation
  • Automotive and aerospace
  • Energy

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Beyond the Classroom

With countless research and student involvement offerings for electrical engineering graduate students, you’ll have endless opportunities to apply what you’ve learned and build your social and professional networks outside the classroom. 

Get a jumpstart on your job search while gaining hands-on professional experience that will enhance your resume with a paid co-op. You can also attend a career fair hosted by the ​​Office of Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education to meet employers hiring for internships and full-time positions in engineering, computer science and other disciplines. 

Plus, connect with CWRU's engineering community by joining one (or more) of the engineering school's 25+ student organizations

By the Numbers


students typically enrolled in the program each year


best engineering schools, U.S. News & World Report


most innovative university, Reuters


alumni worldwide


average annual salary for an electrical engineer as of 2019 (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)

Admission Requirements

Ready to start engineering your future at Case Western Reserve? To be considered for admission to the MS in Electrical Engineering program, you must submit the following: 

  • Online application
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Unofficial transcripts
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • International students: TOEFL or IELTS scores, or a posted degree from an English-speaking school

Visit the School of Graduate Studies for a full list of requirements. 


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Department of Electrical, Computer and Systems Engineering
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Case School of Engineering

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