Power your Future in Electrical Engineering.

You have the aptitude for and foundational training in electrical engineering. Earning your MSEE online from NJIT can help you expand your technical expertise and acquire the advanced skills important for professional growth in the field.
  • Attend a top-tier public University focused on excellence for over 130 years
  • Earn your master’s degree completely online and graduate in as few as 19 months
  • Focus on your area of interest – multiple specializations to choose from

Rankings and Accreditation

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MSEE Program

About the Program

NJIT: Online MSEE Program Overview.

Amplify Your Professional Potential

Electrical engineering is essential for global growth. From healthcare to entertainment to telecommunications, electrical engineers drive innovation across a spectrum of industries. By learning the most recent concepts in electrical engineering, you can shape the future of these industries, and ultimately, improve the quality of life in the 21st century. That’s exactly what our online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering degree is designed to help you do.

Our 30-credit program can be completed completely online in fewer than two years. Our 10-course (five semesters) future-focused curriculum is engineered to impart the specialized knowledge that can help you develop solutions for today’s and tomorrow’s complex electrical engineering challenges.

As an electrical engineer, you have extensive opportunities to specialize in the field. That’s why our online MSEE program offers you the choice of three in-demand specialty tracks: Communications, Signal Processing, and Microwave; Power and Energy Systems; or Mechatronics. By selecting one of these highly relevant specializations, you can prepare for a lasting career in the area of electrical engineering that most interests you.

Program Objectives

Engineering for an Evolving World

NJIT’s online MSEE program is designed to equip motivated, future-focused electrical engineers with the advanced technical abilities and industry expertise to meet the growing demands of the next century.

As you work your way through the online MSEE program’s challenging curriculum, you can:

  • Strengthen your foundational knowledge of electrical engineering.
  • Apply your knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering to address the crucial engineering issues facing the world today.
  • Develop the skills to revolutionize the design and development of power and control systems, electronics, microelectronics, signal processing, telecommunications, instrumentation, computers, and the electromechanical systems that automate the digital age.
  • Cultivate the professional development tools to become an accomplished engineering leader and manager in the office and in the field.
  • Collaborate with and learn from a diverse group of like-minded professionals, as well as NJIT’s award-winning faculty.
  • Customize your education to meet your interests and career goals by selecting one of three specializations: Communications, Signal Processing, and Microwave; Power and Energy Systems; or Mechatronics.

Specializations

Specializations Designed to Activate Your Career

NJIT’s online MSEE program also allows you to construct a personalized course of study by selecting an area of focus that is most relevant to your interests and aspirations. You can choose from three specializations: Communications, Signal Processing, and Microwave; Power and Energy Systems; or Mechatronics.

Communications, Signal Processing, and Microwave

Set a Frequency for Success
Communication technologies are emerging at a rapid pace. As the world’s demand for connectivity increases, so does the need for larger, faster, cheaper, and more far-reaching communication systems. It is a great time to explore new and evolving methodologies in Communication, Signal Processing, and Microwave engineering. That’s why NJIT offers a CSM specialization designed to help you:

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of communication theory and the transmission of information.
  • Expand your knowledge of advanced digital signal processing, complex communication systems, and microwave engineering.

Increase your aptitude through coursework that covers subjects such as:

  • Advanced Microprocessor Systems
  • Analysis of Deterministic and Random Signals
  • Communication Systems Theory
  • Computer Network Design and Analysis
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Multivariate Signal Processing
  • Network Optimization and Information Handling Architecture
  • Performance Analysis of Communication Systems
  • Wireless and Personal Communications Systems
  • Wireless Network Design, Management and Planning

Advances in wireless and microwave communication engineering have shaped the way we live. Adding a CSM specialization to your online MSEE degree can equip you with the industry-ready expertise to influence the next generation of technologies within the field.

Click here for a course list and detailed course descriptions.

Power and Energy Systems

Generate a Pathway for Sustainable Energy
The world’s ever-increasing demand for energy, combined with skyrocketing costs and mounting environmental issues, continues to amplify the need for reduced consumption and alternative energy sources.

That’s why NJIT offers a Power and Energy Systems specialization that focuses on the creation of efficient, sustainable power generation and energy conversion systems. The track’s curriculum is expertly designed to facilitate the development of the technical skill and practical knowledge to transform our world. With this specialization, you can:

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of energy storage and distribution.
  • Develop the advanced engineering skills to design, implement, control, and protect power systems for electronics and larger electrical networks.
  • Assess the critical role of the environment in the creation and deployment of energy systems and explore the use of renewable energy.
  • Cultivate the management expertise to lead project teams and enhance your understanding of the financial and regulatory practices associated with managing complex power systems.
  • Become an integral part of the upsurge in U.S. manufacturing now underway.

The coursework includes:

  • Bioenergy Resources, Products and Conversion Technologies
  • Discrete Event Dynamic Systems
  • Electrical and Thermal Energy Storage Systems
  • Petri Net and Automation-Based Approaches
  • Power Electronics
  • Renewable Energy Systems
  • Solar Energy and Photovoltaics
  • Symmetrical Components and Digital Solutions
  • System Steady-State Analysis of Power System Networks
  • Transients in Power Systems
  • Wind Energy Systems and Design

Due to infrastructure and personnel needs in the power utility industry, the demand is great for engineers who possess the knowledge to deliver innovative solutions for today’s mounting energy challenges. By adding a Power and Energy Systems specialization to your online MSEE degree, you can become a driving force in the development of energy technologies for the future.

Click here for a course list and detailed course descriptions.

Mechatronics

Discover the Future of Engineering
Innovation demands that we look beyond the boundaries of traditional engineering disciplines. That’s why NJIT’s online MSEE program offers a specialization devoted to the study of Mechatronics – an emerging field that fuses the principles of mechanical, electrical, and computer engineering to create advanced automated systems.

Considered to be the future of engineering, mechatronics is at play in everything from anti-lock brakes and artificial organs to surgical robots and sophisticated aircraft flight controls. Specializing in this dynamic field can prepare you to work with the cutting-edge technology that powers these intelligent systems. As you work your way through the program’s forward-thinking curriculum, you can:

  • Gain an in-depth understanding of the theoretical and practical aspects of modern computer control systems.
  • Enhance your existing technical skills to deliver innovative solutions for complex problems using electrical and mechanical processes and computer technology.
  • Apply your multidisciplinary expertise to the creation of smarter and more reliable products, processes, and devices.
  • Cultivate the leadership prowess that can give you a competitive edge and help you bridge the communication gap of among the different engineering disciplines.

The advanced coursework also explores essential concepts such as:

  • Advanced Microprocessor Systems
  • Analog and Digital Control System Components
  • Architecture of DSP and Microcontrollers
  • Control Systems Theory
  • Design and Implementation of Controllers
  • Feedback Control, State-Space Analysis and Frequency-Domain Methods
  • Measured Analysis of Functionality, Reliability and Cost
  • Modern Computer Control Systems
  • Nonlinear Systems and Small-Signal Linearization
  • Real-Time Computer Control Systems
  • Real-Time Data Acquisition Devices and Interface
  • Robotics, Microprocessor Architecture and System Assembly

In a world continuously transformed by technology, talented professionals with multidisciplinary engineering expertise are in high demand. A Mechatronics specialization can position you to become an essential asset in a vast spectrum of fields, including healthcare, aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, defense, telecommunications, and robotics. Now is the perfect time to enter this expanding field and create a unique place for yourself at the forefront of science and technology.

Click here for a course list and detailed course descriptions.

Curriculum

Coursework Engineered by Experts

The rigorous and comprehensive curriculum of the online MSEE program was thoughtfully created in consultation with some of NJIT’s most notable corporate partners. It is structured to address the growing needs of today’s electrical engineers and is routinely updated to reflect the latest topics and innovations within the industry. The result is an advanced online degree program that imparts the specialized expertise and leadership skills that can help you to anticipate tomorrow’s challenges and identify new opportunities for growth in an increasingly complex and tech-driven world.

Online Master of Science in
Electrical Engineering – Course Listing

Core Courses (6 credits)
+ ECE 601 Linear Systems 3 Credits
+ ECE 673 Random Signal Analysis I 3 Credits
Professional Development Courses (6 credits)
+ MGMT 630 Decision Analysis 3 Credits
+ EM 636 Project Management 3 Credits

Online Master of Science in
Electrical Engineering – Course Listing

Communications, Signal Processing, and Microwave Specialization Courses (18 credits)
+ ECE 640 Digital Signal Processing 3 Credits
+ ECE 642 Communication Systems I 3 Credits
+ ECE 644 Intro to Wireless and Personal Communication Systems 3 Credits
+ ECE 645 Wireless Networks 3 Credits
+ ECE 683 Computer Network Design and Analysis 3 Credits
+ ECE 684 Advanced Microprocessor Systems 3 Credits

Online Master of Science in
Electrical Engineering – Course Listing

Power and Energy Systems Specialization Courses (18 credits)
+ ECE 605 Discrete Event Dynamic Systems 3 Credits
+ ECE 610 Power Systems Steady-State Analysis 3 Credits
+ ECE 611 Transients in Power Systems 3 Credits
+ ECE 613 Protection of Power Systems 3 Credits
+ ECE 616 Power Electronics 3 Credits
+ ECE 618 Renewable Energy Systems 3 Credits

Online Master of Science in
Electrical Engineering – Course Listing

Mechatronics Specialization Courses (18 credits)
+ ECE 660 Control Systems I 3 Credits
+ ECE 661 Control System Components 3 Credits
+ ECE 605 Discrete Event Dynamic Systems 3 Credits
+ ECE 664 Real-time Computer Control Systems 3 Credits
+ ECE 666 Control Systems II 3 Credits
+ ECE 684 Advanced Microprocessor Systems 3 Credits

TOTAL CREDITS—30

Faculty

Educators Committed to Engineering Excellence

NJIT’s Newark College of Engineering has a dedicated faculty composed of internationally recognized research leaders in the engineering field. These esteemed educators bring a remarkable level of expertise and a broad range of real-world experience into our online classes. They embody the university’s commitment to furthering research and technological progress. Meet your instructors and learn more about the outstanding academic and professional credentials they bring to NJIT’s online MSEE program.

Dr. Basil C. Baltzis

Dr. Basil C. Baltzis

Dr. Basil C. Baltzis
Interim Dean
Professor, Master Teacher
Newark College of Engineering

+ Education

Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of Minnesota

M.S., Chemical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne

Diploma, Chemical Engineering, National Technical University of Athens, Greece

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1 973-596-6506

Email: basil.c.baltzis@njit.edu

+ Bio

Basil C. Baltzis, Ph.D., is a professor in the Otto H. York Department of Chemical, Biological and Pharmaceutical Engineering. He was appointed as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs of the Newark College of Engineering effective December 1, 2011.

At NJIT, Baltzis has done funded research (over $2M) in the area of biological treatment of hazardous (liquid and gaseous) wastes. He has over 60 publications in refereed journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters. His experimental and modeling work on the dynamics of forced bioreactors and biofilters is internationally recognized and has been cited over 600 times. He has chaired a number of sessions at AIChE meetings and has organized and co-chaired an Engineering Foundation conference.

Baltzis has a sustained record of teaching excellence. He was among the inaugural recipients of the Master Teacher designation at NJIT (2000) and has a strong interest in engineering education research and innovating teaching methods. He is the recipient of the Robert W. Van Houten Award for Teaching Excellence (1998) and the Harlan J. Perlis Research Award (1999). He has also received the NJIT Excellence in Teaching Award for Graduate Level Instruction (1988) and, twice, the NCE Excellence in Teaching Award (1999 and 2010). He is a member of AIChE, ACS, ASEE, Omega Chi Epsilon, Sigma Xi, the Hellenic Chamber of Engineers (Greece) and the New York Academy of Sciences.

Dr. Ali Abdi

Dr. Ali Abdi

Dr. Ali Abdi
Associate Professor
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

Ph.D., University of Minnesota

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1 973-596-5621

Email: ali.abdi@njit.edu

+ Courses I Teach

ECE 673 Random Signal Analysis

+ Courses Taught

ECE 481 Communication Systems I

ECE 482 Communication Systems II

ECE 673 Random Signal Analysis I

ECE 644 Introduction to Wireless and Personal Communication Systems

ECE 789 Special Topics in Wireless Communication

+ Bio

Ali Abdi, Ph.D., is an associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at New Jersey Institute of Technology. His current research interests include digital communication in underwater and terrestrial channels, estimation and characterization of wireless channels, blind modulation recognition, and molecular networks.

Abdi served as associate editor for IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology from 2002 to 2007. He was the co-chair of the Communication and Information Theory Track of the 2008 IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications and Networks (ICCCN). He is a Senior Member of IEEE.

His awards include the New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame Innovators Award (2008) and the NJIT Excellence in Teaching Award in the category of Excellence in Team, Interdepartmental, Multidisciplinary, or Non-Traditional Teaching (2006).

David A. Haessig, Jr.

David A. Haessig, Jr.

David A. Haessig, Jr.
Adjunct Professor
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

Need Info

+ Contact Info

Email: david.a.haessig@njit.edu

+ Courses I Teach

ECE 661 Control Systems Components

+ Bio

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Dr. Osvaldo Simeone

Dr. Osvaldo Simeone

Dr. Osvaldo Simeone
Associate Professor
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

Ph.D., Information Engineering, Politecnico di Milano

M.Sc., Politecnico di Milano

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1-973-596-5710

Email: osvaldo.simeone@njit.edu

+ Courses I Teach

ECE 661 Control Systems Components

+ Bio

Osvaldo Simeone received the M.Sc. degree (with honors) and the Ph.D. degree in Information Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy, in 2001 and 2005 respectively. In 2006, he joined the Faculty of the Center for Wireless Communication and Signal Processing Research (CWCSPR) at New Jersey Institute of Technology as a Post-Doc research assistant and adjunct professor. Today, he’s an Associate Professor with the CWCSPR, and his current research interests concern the cross-layer analysis and design of wireless networks with emphasis on information-theoretic, signal processing, and queuing aspects. Specific topics of interest are: unlicensed spectrum access; cooperative communications; ad hoc, sensor, mesh and hybrid networks; distributed estimation; and synchronization.

Dr. Walid Hubbi

Dr. Walid Hubbi

Dr. Walid Hubbi
Associate Professor
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

Ph.D., The Queens University of Belfast

M.S., University of London

B.S., Aleppo University

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1-973-596-3518

Email: walid.hubbi@njit.edu

+ Courses I Teach

ECE 610 Power Systems Steady-State Analysis

+ Bio

Walid Hubbi earned his M.S.E.E. from Queen Mary College in London and his doctorate from the Queen's University of Belfast. He has industrial experience in the telecommunications industry and joined NJIT in 1983. He has authored more than 20 publications in the areas of power system state estimation and load flow analysis. He is a senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE).

Jack Richman

Jack Richman

Jack Richman
Adjunct Professor
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

M.S., New York University

B.C.E., City College of New York

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1 973-642-7817

Email: jack.richman@njit.edu

+ Courses I Teach

ECE 601 Linear Systems

+ Bio

Before joining NJIT, Jack Richman worked as an Adjunct Professor at Polytechnic University of New York. He is a part time employee of the Applied Research Laboratory of Penn State University and a full time consultant to BAE Systems Corporation, an international aerospace company whose products include communication, navigation, and identification systems. Prior to this, he was a Principal Scientist at the Kearfott Guidance & Navigation Corporation for 35 years where he worked in the areas of inertial navigation, modern control theory, and optimal statistical filtering. He is the author or coauthor of numerous papers on these subjects and holds a U.S. patent for a novel navigation system.

Dr. Leonid Tsybeskov

Dr. Leonid Tsybeskov

Dr. Leonid Tsybeskov
Chair for Graduate Studies
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

Ph.D., Odessa University

M.S., Odessa University

B.S., Odessa University

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1-973-596-6594

Email: leonid.tsybeskov@njit.edu

+ Courses I Teach

Need Info

+ Bio

Leonid Tsybeskov, PhD, is a professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering at New Jersey Institute of Technology. For the last 20 years, his research has been focused on Si and SiGe semiconductor nanostructures.

He was a research staff member at Physics Research Institute and a scientist at the Laboratory for Non-Crystalline Solids in Odessa, Ukraine. In 1991 he moved to the United States and became a post-doctoral fellow, research professor, and director of the Nanoscale Silicon Research Initiative at the University of Rochester in Rochester, NY.

During 1999 Tsybeskov was a visiting research fellow at the Technical University of Munich in Munich, Germany. In 2001, he accepted a position as associate professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at NJIT; he became a professor of Electrical Engineering and Materials Science in 2007.

Tybeskov is the author of more than 130 publications, several U.S. patents, books and book chapters; he is a Principal Guest Editor for the Materials Research Society Bulletin and Proceedings of the IEEE. He is a Fellow of the German Academic Exchange Service and the American Physical Society. In 2009 and 2010 he receive Hewlett-Packard Laboratory Innovation Research Awards. Tsybeskov received a PhD in applied physics in 1986 from the Odessa Mechnikov University, Ukraine (former Soviet Union).

Dr. Durgamadhab (Durga) Misra

Dr. Durgamadhab (Durga) Misra

Dr. Durgamadhab (Durga) Misra
Associate Chair for Graduate Studies
Professor
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

Ph.D., University of Waterloo

M.Appl.Sc., University of Waterloo

M. Tech., Indian Institute of Technology, New Delhi

M.Sc., Utkal University

B.S., Utkal University

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1 973-596-5739

Email: durgamadhab.misra@njit.edu

+ Bio

Durgamadhab (Durga) Misra is a professor in the department of electrical and computer engineering at NJIT. In addition to his research and teaching duties, Misra has received National Science Foundation funding to support an undergraduate program at NJIT. The REU program, under Misra’s guidance, offers undergraduates the chance to gain hands-on experience in applied research at an early stage in their career development. As a result, students perform research leading to publications and conference presentations. The program has attracted minority and women students and has motivated many students to pursue graduate studies, motivated in part by working with doctoral-level students, who serve as mentors.

Misra received NJIT´s Excellence in Teaching Award in September 2005 for demonstrating excellence in the classroom and for encouraging and guiding students to work at their highest academic level. He has mentored many students through his participation in NJIT´s McNair Scholarship Program and has also participated in the Partners in Learning Program at NJIT, in which faculty constructively evaluate other instructors in the classroom.

Tariq Elkourdi

Tariq Elkourdi

Tariq Elkourdi
Adjunct Professor
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

Ph.D., NJIT

M. Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering, NJIT

+ Contact Info

Email: Tariq.Elkourdi@njit.edu

+ Courses I Teach

ECE 673 Random Signal Analysis

+ Bio

Tariq Elkourdi received the Ph.D. degree in Electrical Engineering and the M. Sc. degree in Telecommunications Engineering from New Jersey Institute of Technology in 2012 and 2008, respectively, and the B.Sc. degree in Communications and Electronics Engineering from the Applied Science University, Jordan, in 2006. Currently, he is an Adjunct Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering at New Jersey Institute of Technology. His research interests include cognitive radio, dynamic spectrum management, interference management, cooperative communications, multi-RAT systems, HetNets.

Robert Lopes

Robert Lopes

Robert Lopes
Adjunct Professor
Newark College of Engineering
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

+ Education

B.S., NJIT

M.S., NJIT

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1 973-596-3511

Email: robert.lopes@njit.edu

+ Bio
+ Courses I Teach

ECE 684 Advanced Microprocessor Systems

Alan Delahoy

Alan Delahoy

Alan Delahoy
Research Professor
Department of Physics

+ Education

Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering, Rutgers University

M.S. in Electrical Engineering, Rutgers University

M.A., University of Oxford

B.A. in Physics, University of Oxford

+ Contact Info

Telephone: +1 973-596-3511

Email: : delahoy@njit.edu

+ Bio

Research Professor, Physics
New Jersey Institute of Technology
January 2012 – Present (2 years 7 months)

Vice President, R&D
New Millennium Solar Equipment Corp.
August 2010 – July 2011 (1 year)|Robbinsville, NJ

Vice President, R&D
EPV SOLAR
1991 – 2010 (19 years)|Lawrenceville, NJ

Director of Research
Advanced Photovoltaic Systems, Inc.
1990 – 1991 (1 year)|Princeton, NJ

Director of R&D
Chronar Corp.
1982 – 1990 (8 years)|Lawrenceville, NJ

Associate Scientist
Brookhaven National Laboratory
1979 – 1981 (2 years)

+ Courses I Teach

ECE 618 Renewable Energy Systems

About NJIT

NJIT Overview

Innovating The Future of Science and Technology

One of the nation’s leading public technological universities, New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) prepares students to be leaders in the technology-dependent economy of the 21st century. Founded in 1881 as the Newark Technical School, NJIT is now home to nearly 50 laboratories, centers, and business incubators, where hundreds of research breakthroughs have been achieved.

NJIT’s vision stresses innovation, entrepreneurship, and engagement in addressing the issues facing our society. The pursuit of excellence, real-world learning, and applied research underpin the university’s education tradition.

About the Newark College of Engineering

Shaping the Next Generation of Electrical Engineers

With more than 40,000 alumni, the Newark College of Engineering has produced a global network of esteemed professional engineers. Since 1919, NJIT has educated pioneers in the engineering field and top industry leaders. It is estimated that one of every four engineers in New Jersey is an NJIT graduate. Thanks to the introduction of the online learning option, this acclaimed program is now available to engineers throughout the world.

Accreditation

Committed to Quality and
Chosen for Excellence

NJIT is regionally accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).

To contact the MSCHE:

Address:
The Middle States Commission on Higher Education
3624 Market Street, 2nd Floor West
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Phone:
(267) 284-5000
Website:
www.msche.org

Rankings

Recognized Among the Best in Innovation and Education

U.S. News & World Report’s 2014 Annual Guide to America’s Best Colleges has ranked NJIT among the nation’s “Best National Universities” and #79 among the nation’s “Top Public Schools.”

In 2013, U.S. News & World Report also ranked NJIT’s College of Engineering one of the “Best Engineering Schools” in the country.

NJIT is a high research activity university, according to the latest Carnegie classification, and was noted among the nation’s top-tier national research universities offering a range of undergraduate majors, master’s degrees, and doctoral programs.

Payscale.com’s 2013 rankings place NJIT 6th (in the top 1 percent) for return on investment (ROI) among 437 public universities and 27th (in the top 2 percent) among 1,511 public and private institutions in the U.S.

Corporate Partners

Collaboration Drives Innovation

What’s the number one reason to collaborate? It’s to innovate. That’s why at New Jersey Institute of Technology we partner with dozens of Fortune 500 corporations to consistently improve the value of our academic programs. In turn, today’s top employers hire NJIT graduates with confidence, knowing they have received the preparation to take on the world’s toughest projects.

We Foster a Direct Connection with the Corporate World

Our corporate partnerships make an important contribution to the success of our academic programs—and more importantly, the success of our grads. By collaborating with notable industry leaders and professional associations, we foster a direct connection to the corporate world that allows us to infuse our coursework with unparalleled thought leadership. These insights help us to shape a tech-focused curriculum that’s grounded in the latest advancements in science, technology, engineering, and business.

Some of Our
Distinguished Partners Include:


  • Abbott Point of Sale
  • Adept Technology
  • Agilent Technologies
  • Alcatel-Lucent Technologies
  • ASCO Power Technologies/Emerson Network Power
  • BAE Systems
  • Circadiant, Inc/JDSU
  • Comcast Business Communications
  • IBM Corporation
  • InterDigital Communications
  • L-3 Communications
  • LB Electric Company, LLC
  • MetaMEMS
  • Panasonic
  • PSE&G
  • Sarnoff Corporation
  • SENA Systems, Inc.
  • Spirent Communications
  • SunGard SCT
  • Telcordia Technologies, Inc.
  • US Army Communications
  • World Class Telecommunications

Student Support

Support Overview

We’re Committed to Excellence in Online Education

As an online student at New Jersey Institute of Technology, you can gain access to one of the most innovative and collaborative e-learning environments in the country. Our online classees function as virtual-learning communities in which you can interact with and learn from your peers and professors using a wide variety of media-rich communication tools.

Course content is delivered asynchronously through the university’s learning management system, allowing you to complete coursework at your convenience. Whether you’re streaming a video lecture to watch during your lunch break, contributing to a class discussion board after putting the kids to bed, or returning from a long day on the job, the flexibility of our online MSEE program can seamlessly integrate into your work and family life.

We’re Focused on Your Success

At NJIT, we also believe that a strong support system is vital to your success as an online student. For this reason, we strive to ensure that you have all the information you need to pursue and achieve your academic goals. From admission through graduation, our exceptional team of enrollment advisors and program coordinators are eager to help make your online educational experience a rewarding and memorable one.

Enrollment Advisors

We’re Ready to Help You Get Started

NJIT’s dedicated enrollment advisors work hard to provide you with a smooth, stress-free, and positive enrollment experience. They are familiar with every aspect of the online MSEE program and serve as your guide throughout the entire admissions process.

Enrollment advisors are available to answer questions, walk you through online course demos, review admissions criteria, assist with your application, provide program information, direct you to financial aid resources, and much more. From application to acceptance, they are committed to helping you every step of the way.

Meet your Enrollment Advisor:

Kelly Hagerty

“As an enrollment advisor, I find it incredibly satisfying to inspire someone to reach for their professional goals and strive for excellence.”

After graduating with a bachelor’s degree from the Catholic University of America and earning my MBA from Rollins College, I gained extensive management experience working in finance and real estate. I entered the world of higher education about three years ago and now use my expertise to help others pursue their dreams of earning an advanced degree in engineering.

When I’m not assisting NJIT’s students, you can find me riding bikes, baking cookies, or heading to the park with my three young daughters.

Program Coordinator

We’re Proud to Help You Reach Your Goals

Once you’ve been accepted to NJIT’s online MSEE program, you will have complete access to our experienced program coordinators. Working as a partner in your academic journey, they are available to advise you throughout the length of the program and help you with everything from course registration and specialization selection to graduation preparation.

Meet your Program Coordinator:

Heather Minton

“I love working in higher education. It’s very rewarding knowing that I’m helping someone get one step closer to fulfilling their dream.”

I’ve been working in higher education since early 2010. Prior to that, I worked in the hotel industry in Las Vegas. I received my bachelor’s degree from the University of Kentucky.

When I’m not helping students, I enjoy watching basketball, playing golf, going to the beach, and traveling.

FAQ

Get the Answers You Need

Earning your Master of Science in Electrical Engineering online can prepare you for career advancement and help you build the foundation for a strong future. Listed here are helpful answers to some of the most frequently asked questions regarding our online MSEE program. If you need more information or require additional support, feel free to contact us at 1-877-615-7930.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
+ How long will it take to earn my degree online?
The NJIT online MSEE program consists of 10 courses over five semesters, totaling 30 total semester credit units. You can earn your degree completely online in as few as 1.6 years.
+ How much will the program cost?
Please visit our tuition page for more detailed information
+ Is financial aid available?
Financial aid is available to graduate students in the form of education loans, such as Federal Direct, Perkins, Graduate PLUS, or private loans. To apply, you must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Please visit our financial aid page for more detailed information.
+ When can I begin the program?
NJIT offers 3 program start dates each year – Fall, Spring, or Summer term. Please contact your enrollment advisor at 1-877-615-7930 to discuss application deadlines for each term.
+ Can I continue to work full time while completing the online program?
Absolutely. The flexibility of an engaging online learning environment makes it possible to seamlessly integrate the program into your current work and family life. NJIT’s online MSEE program is delivered 100% online and allows you to complete your weekly assignments according to your schedule.
+ Is the online curriculum the same as the on-campus program?
Yes. The online program was engineered to mirror the on-campus program. While the delivery method changes, the core curriculum remains the same. Faculty members are also the same distinguished professionals who teach on campus, so you can take pride in the fact that you are receiving the same high-quality education as your counterparts in New Jersey.
+ When I graduate, how will my diploma read?
You will receive the exact same NJIT diploma as the on-campus student. While the program solely utilizes an online learning environment, your diploma will not include the word “online.” Instead, your diploma will read “Master of Science in Electrical Engineering.”
+ How does the online program work?
NJIT’s online MSEE program is incredibly student centered. Our online classes function as virtual-learning communities in which you can interact with and learn from your peers and professors. Course material is delivered through dynamic learning management systems that utilize a wide array of multimedia tools. You will have access to narrated presentations, interactive student-faculty discussion boards, downloadable reading materials, podcast lectures from NJIT on iTunes U, streaming video lectures, and real-time chat sessions that connect you with your professors and fellow students. As long as you have a computer and an internet connection, you can access course content anytime, anywhere.
+ As a distance learner, how can I expect to interact with my professors and peers?
Highly adept in the e-learning environment, NJIT’s dedicated faculty are well known for being extremely responsive to online dialogue and questions. You may contact faculty members online, during video office hours, and by e-mail. Through NJIT’s highly interactive learning environment, you can expect to collaborate with your peer students via video conferencing software, e-mail, discussion forums, and online chats.
+ Do I need to take the GRE or other standardized tests?
Yes. Some individuals applying to NJIT’s online MSEE program are required to take the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). We urge those applicants who have been out of school for a while to prepare for the GRE before sitting for the exam. Candidates with an electrical engineering bachelor’s degree and a minimum GPA of 2.8 may qualify for a GRE waiver. For more information about the whether you will need to take the GRE exam, contact an enrollment advisor at 1-877-615-7930.
+ Are there any on-ground or residency requirements for the online MSEE program?
No. NJIT’s online MSEE program is delivered 100% online.