Program Details

Your Path to Tomorrow Begins at NJIT
Designed specifically with you in mind, NJIT’s online master’s programs are carefully constructed to fit your goals, your schedule, and your life. Because we believe that the enrollment experience should be a positive one, we work hard to provide you with the highest possible level of personalized support throughout the admissions process. Our dedicated team of enrollment advisors is available to answer your questions, offer guidance, and provide the information you need to make important decisions about your future. Rest assured that whether you’re five or five thousand miles away, your enrollment advisor can help make an NJIT education well within your reach. For more information regarding admission, tuition, financial aid, computer requirements, or any other questions about the program, please contact an enrollment advisor at 1-877-615-7930.

For more information regarding our campus programs, click here.

Take the Next Step towards Achieving Your Goals

Before you apply to the online MSEE program, take a moment to review the admission requirements. Learn more about what you need to qualify for acceptance into this dynamic, future-focused program.

To be eligible for NJIT’s online MSEE program, applicants must meet the following qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree in electrical engineering, another engineering discipline, or an equivalent program*
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended (transcript evaluation for transcripts from international schools)
  • Minimum 2.8 GPA
  • One letter of recommendation
  • Official GRE scores – candidates with an electrical engineering bachelor’s degree from the United States and a minimum GPA of 2.8 may qualify for a GRE waiver
  • Completed application and $75 application fee
  • TOEFL scores (if applicable) of 79 or higher or IELTS score of 6.5 or higher, and other NJIT International Student admission requirements
* Students who do not meet these requirements may be required to take select undergraduate courses.

Graduate Education According to Your Schedule

The admissions cycle for NJIT’s online degree programs features three seasonal start dates per year (spring, summer, and fall). We highly recommend contacting an enrollment advisor to help guide you through the application and enrollment process. Listed here are some important dates* and deadlines for our online degree programs.
Spring 2018
Application Deadline TBD
Classes Start 01/16/18
Registration Ends 01/18/18
Summer 2018
Application Deadline TBD
Classes Start 05/29/18
Registration Ends 05/29/18
Fall 2017
Application Deadline 08/18/17
Classes Start 09/05/17
Registration Ends 09/06/17

*Dates are subject to change.

Make a Valuable Investment in Your Future

Recognized as a best value school by The Princeton Review, NJIT has a long-standing reputation for offering high quality science- and technology-focused online degree programs that are competitive and affordably priced.

Listed below are the estimated total costs associated with NJIT’s online Master of Science in Computer Science degree program:

Total In-State
Total eTuition
(out of state, graduate level, 100% online)

*The estimated total tuition amounts are based on the breakdowns you can view by clicking here. Because you may select to take more or less credits per semester, you can use our Tuition Calculator to determine your exact cost per semester.

Breakdown of Tuition and Fees for the 2016-2017 Academic Year

In-State Tuition Breakdown:

  • Application fee: $75
  • Program fee: $175 per credit fee
  • In-state eTuition cost per credit (for in-state, part-time, fully online students): $1,073

Out-of-State Tuition Breakdown:

  • Application fee: $75
  • Program fee: $175 per credit fee
  • Out-of-state eTuition cost per credit: $1,248 (for out-of-state, part-time, fully online students)

NJIT’s eTuition rate is less than the tuition for out-of-state on-campus students, making a graduate degree from NJIT more affordable than ever.

Should you take a course on campus in a given semester, the higher out-of-state tuition will apply.

All tuition and fees are subject to change.

We’ve done our best to give you an accurate accounting of the cost of the online Master of Science in Electrical Engineering program; we encourage you to contact an enrollment advisor if you any have questions about tuition, fees, cost of books, or financial aid. We believe in full disclosure of tuition and fees. Therefore, we want you to know that the “per credit” and “per semester” fees include standard university fees such as: academic facilities, student services, athletics, technology infrastructure, and activities and health services. While we are aware that as a part-time online student, you probably will not be using some of these services, these fees help NJIT remain an outstanding higher education institution, one from which you will be proud to graduate.

It Pays to Know Your Options

Making the commitment to pursue your master’s degree can bring opportunities for growth in your personal and professional life. It can also bring questions about financial aid. However, paying for graduate school doesn’t have to be overwhelming or distressing. By taking the time to explore your options, you can discover several ways to reduce costs and make your dream of earning an advanced degree become a reality. Financial aid is available from a variety of sources, such as federal grants, Stafford loans, scholarship programs, private sources, veteran’s benefits, and sometimes employer assistance programs. For more detailed information about the types of education loans available, eligibility requirements, and the application process, please visit: We encourage you to research all financing options to determine what works best for your individual needs. For more assistance please contact Student Financial Aid Services:
Address: Student Financial Aid Services NJIT – Student Mall University Heights Newark, NJ 07102
Phone: Main: (973) 596-3479 Fax:   (973) 596-6471 NJIT University School Code: 002621
Office Hours: Monday, Thursday, Friday: 8:30 A.M. – 4:30 P.M.Tuesday and Wednesday: 8:30 A.M. – 6:00 P.M. E-mail: For questions related to the processing of your financial aid, please email us at: Website:
Effective July 1, 2011, to receive financial assistance from the U.S. Department of Education (versus other sources of aid mentioned), federal regulations require that students applying for federal loan assistance must meet certain criteria whether or not they previously received aid. For graduate students (except doctorate and medical students), this policy applies to Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Stafford Loans, as well as some other loan types. In order for you to continue to receive loan money, you must comply with these regulations set by the university in conjunction with federal regulations. 1. Maximum Timeframe (MTF) Federal regulations allow a student to be eligible to receive aid for up to 150% of the time it would normally take to complete a program. The published length of time to complete a master’s degree program at NJIT is 4 semesters.

The NJIT MSEE online MTF is 6 semesters.

Online Program MTF (6 semesters)

2. Minimum Completion Percentage (MCP) The MCP is the percentage of coursework that a student must earn (pass) during enrollment. The NJIT MCP is 67%.

3. Minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (GPA) Students are required to maintain a minimum GPA throughout the course of the program. The NJIT MC GPA is 3.0 for graduate students.

Important Loan Information As with any loan, make sure you fully understand the interest rates, repayment terms, and tax implications. Find out if interest charges are variable or fixed, if the loan has forgiveness or deferment provisions, if you can consolidate the loan with other loans, and if the loan carries prepayment penalties. Borrow only what you need. Remember that loans must be repaid even if you do not finish the program. Your education is a substantial investment. It’s one of the most important decisions you can make for your future. Take time to learn all of your financial aid options before you make any decision.