Electrical & Computer Engineering

UMass Amherst

Students and faculty work collaboratively to have an impact on the grand challenges of engineering. They have won prestigious awards such as the IEEE Lifetime Achievement award, NSF CAREER awards, and election to Fellow grade of the IEEE. Their research interests range from the fundamental underpinnings of emerging nanoelectronic devices, circuits, and computing architectures, all the way up to large complex, integrated, electronic sensing systems, designed to sense processes ranging from the geophysical to the biological.
CIP Code: 14.1001

Graduate Masters On-Campus / In-Person


Applying Electrical and Computer Engineering | Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Systems | Cloud Computing | Communications, Network, and Systems Modeling | Computer Security | Digital Systems and Integrated Circuits | Emerging Electronics | Internet of Things | Sensing Systems | VLSI, CAD & Embedded Systems

Possible Career Paths

Architectural and Engineering Managers | Aerospace Engineers | Electrical Engineers | Electronics Engineers, Except Computer | Engineering Teachers, Postsecondary

UMass Amherst

The University of Massachusetts Amherst is the largest public research university in New England. With more than 28,000 students and over 200 distinct academic programs – including highly ranked programs in business, computer science, health care and the social sciences – UMass Amherst is one of the most comprehensive institutions in the Northeast.