Master of Science in Electrical Computer Engineering
Earn an MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UMass Amherst Global
UMASS AMHERST GLOBAL OFFERS FLEXIBLE OPTIONS FOR STUDENTS EVERYWHERE
Study On Campus or Remotely
Choose from UMass Amherst’s extensive Electrical Computer Engineering (ECE) course curriculum once you arrive on campus. For more information on available courses, please visit the UMass Engineering curriculum website.
Full Live Option
A 16-month MS program, ECE Live is designed for working engineers looking to play a central role in the creation and planning phases of new technologies. Students complete their program through UMass classes hosted at a university in their home country.
Students have the option to return to the UMass campus after their final semester to present their final projects and participate in the College of Engineering’s graduation ceremony.
Get a head start on your ECE degree: Begin your studies remotely with one or two semesters on our Live digital teaching platform, then travel to the US and complete your degree on campus in Amherst, Massachusetts.*
Begin your UMass journey with a series of preparatory courses that set you up for success in the US university classroom. Spend one semester upgrading your English language and academic skills to qualify for full admission to the UMass Amherst MS ECE program.
*Hybrid format option is not available to students in mainland China.
Sample Program Structure
Curricular Practical Training (CPT) is available after your first semester on campus!
MARKETABLE ENGINEERING GRADUATES
The College of Engineering at UMass Amherst has an outstanding record of placing graduates in their specific fields.
While all students have access to engineering-specific career services and resources, students in electrical and computer engineering benefit from access to exclusive networking and professional development opportunities around the world. Electrical and Computer Engineering alumni hold key positions at leading global companies, including:
Amazon Web Services
Industry Spotlight: IoT
The demand for connected devices spans industries such as energy, automotive, consumer devices, healthcare, and more. Over the next decade, career growth in IoT will demand deep experience in a range of technologies in both hardware as well as software in order to develop the most complex systems in human history. Tied to this technological triumph will be essential challenges across security, privacy, complexity, evolving architectures, and competing standards that must be solved by a new wave of engineers.
The program facilitates knowledge sharing and professional development across continents to help you advance your career in areas such as：
Internet of Things (IoT)
Cloud software development
|iBT/TOEFL||80 (no part below 18)|
|IELTS||6.5 (no part below 6.0)|
Please note, if you completed your undergraduate studies at an accredited U.S. university, you do not need to provide English language exam results.
Disclaimer: The University of Massachusetts Amherst is a U.S. accredited university. You may be required to submit your degree for verification (sometimes called “validation” or “authentication”), either by your employer or your country’s education authority if you wish to live and work in your home country. It is your responsibility to determine what level of verification is needed and how to obtain it. We do not guarantee that any UMass Amherst degree will be verified outside of the U.S. Foreign degree verification does not impact the validity or value of your degree in the U.S.
• Certified copies of all academic transcripts
• Official copy of English proficiency score (you may qualify for a waiver if you completed your studies in the U.S., Canada, UK or Australia)
• English Resume
• Letter of recommendation from employer or academic source
• Certified copy of degree certificate (if you have already graduated)