Situated within one of the top public engineering schools in Texas, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has robust graduate offerings in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering and Telecommunications Engineering. It offers a dynamic internship program which connects nearly 200 graduate students a year to corporate experiences within their field of study that set them apart. Educational labs, state-of-the-art equipment and facilities as well as hands-on experience set our graduate students apart for success as professionals.
The Electrical Engineering Program enables students to acquire a solid foundation in the broad areas of electrical engineering and emphasizes advanced study in digital systems, telecommunications and microelectronics. The program focuses specifically in the areas of electrical networks, electronics, electromagnetics, computers, digital systems and communications.
The Computer Engineering Program concerns the design, construction, implementation and maintenance of software and hardware components of modern computing systems and computer-controlled equipment. A combination of computer science and electrical engineering, computer engineering prepares students for careers that deal with computer systems from design through implementation.
The Telecommunications Engineering Program prepares graduate students for professional practice in the design, programming, theory, and applications of telecommunications networks. Courses are offered that lead to the MS and a PhD degree in Telecommunications Engineering. The TE program prepares both academically oriented students as well as those focused on their professional career and roles within industry and/or government occupations.
Research assistants (RAs) are supported by individual Electrical Engineering faculty through faculty members’ research grants. Prospective students may contact faculty members directly to discuss their research interests and possible RA support. Please view our Faculty Research Areas.
The Texas Analog Center of Excellence (TxACE) at UT Dallas offers two merit-based fellowships to top full-time graduate students interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in areas related to analog circuits. For details, please visit the Jonsson School Scholarship page.
Teaching assistants (TAs) are selected and supported by the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department based on students’ academic merit and prior research experience. After admission to the ECE Department, to be considered for Teaching Assistantship (TA) awards, students are required to submit Online TA application:
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