Questions Related to MS-ECE Program
The duration of studies will depend on the relevance of their undergraduate degrees to electrical engineering. Students with a background in electrical engineering will be able to complete the program in less than two years.
While there are no hard cut-offs on the general GRE, scores will be considered during application evaluation. A score of 3.5 or above on the analytical writing section will exempt students from the Written English Proficiency Test graduation requirement. Admitted students can take GRE within their first year of admission. NOTE: In order to provide applicants with more flexibility amid the COVID-19 outbreak, the MS-CES program does not require Fall 2020 applicants to provide any GRE scores.
YES! MS-CES now offers Spring Admission! The CalStateApply application will be available from August 1 to September 30. If you are a domestic student, please contact the graduate coordinator.
The application fee to be admitted to the program is $70 paid after submitting your CalStateApply online application. There is no application waiver for this fee and it is non-refundable.
No! You only have to pay per unit! There are no other fees.
All EE/MS-ECE courses for MS-ECE matriculated students in Fall, Spring, and Summer are $600 per unit. The tuition per year depends on how many courses you take. Each course is equivalent to three units. The program is 32 units. In order to graduate from MS-ECE program all students are required to complete the following:
- 27 units in technical courses
- 3 units in a business and management course
- 1 unit in Internship
- 1 unit in Graduate Seminar.