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Professional Master’s Program

The ECE Professional Master’s Program (PMP) focuses on cutting-edge technical topics and the latest university research, giving students the expertise needed to drive innovation. Designed for full-time students as well as professionals already working in the field, the PMP prepares graduates for new and rewarding career opportunities. The program leads to a Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) degree.

The program serves the growing need for engineers and scientists with advanced degrees in the Puget Sound region. With a leading industry-focused curriculum, the PMP offers courses on machine learning, embedded systems, cybersecurity, entrepreneurship, wireless communications, controls, mobile applications, electromagnetics, and microelectronics.

Why UW ECE?

UW ECE is a perennial top-20 best graduate school as ranked by U.S. News & World Report, and is the top electrical engineering department in the region. Students learn under the instruction of world-renowned researchers and industry leaders and are immersed in the department’s entrepreneurial environment. Technology developed in UW ECE labs is frequently translated into the business community for real-world impact.

Admissions

Curriculum

The curriculum is designed to fit the busy schedules of working professionals and full-time students seeking the flexibility of evening classes. The program and can be pursued part-time or full-time.

Information Sessions

Information sessions give prospective students an opportunity to learn more about our program. Sessions provide a comprehensive overview of the Electrical & Computer Engineering Professional Master’s Program, including admissions requirements, deadlines, PMP curriculum and the PMP community. We invite you to attend!

  • Monday, March 4th, 4 – 5 p.m. PT – RSVP 
  • Thursday, April 4th, 4 – 5 p.m. PT – RSVP
  • Monday, April 29th, 4 – 5 p.m. PT – RSVP

 

Contact Us

pmp@ece.uw.edu

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