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Electrical Engineering Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

As an electrical engineering graduate student, you'll work with top scholars and industry leaders to develop your area of expertise. The graduate electrical engineering program faculty will support and guide you as you advance your research using our seven computer labs with industry-specific software along with ten specialty laboratories.

Career Outlook and Highlights

  • College Choice and U.S. News rate the University of Dayton's graduate engineering school in the top 60 in the nation. 
  • No. 1 — Catholic university for sponsored engineering R&D
  • No. 10 — nationally for federally sponsored engineering R&D

Plans of Study

Click here to go to the University Catalog for an overview and courses for our electrical engineering M.S., D.E., and Ph.D. degrees.

Areas of Research

Areas of Research Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical engineering
  • Applied electromagnetics
  • Biosensors and biotronics
  • Color science
  • Control systems
  • Energy storage
  • Integrated microsystems
  • Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS)
  • Multifunctional oxide thin films
  • Nano-electronics
  • Radar systems
  • Robotics
  • Signal and image processing
  • Smart grid
  • Wide area surveillance
  • Wireless networks

Program Details

The University of Dayton's graduate electrical engineering programs will engage you in cutting-edge knowledge and technology for proficiency in the field. You will use state-of-the-art computational and engineering tools equipped with industry-specific software — MATLAB, FPGA, Altera, Xilinx, and Microsoft Visual Studio Pro, and simulation and design tools — ADAMS and ANSYS. Your graduate degree will take you to diverse work settings and prepare you for global, ever-evolving technologies.

A substantial amount of financial aid is available to support your continued studies. We offer competitive teaching assistantships, research assistantships and fellowships to some of our advanced students. We receive a large number of qualified applications each term.

Engineering Graduate Assistantship
The University of Dayton School of Engineering has several assistantship positions available for the academic year.
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Electrical and Computer Engineering, Dr. Eric Balster, Department Chair

Kettering Laboratories
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 0232