MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering-Carnegie Mellon University Africa - Carnegie Mellon University

Master of Science in Electrical and Computer Engineering

As a branch of the College of Engineering (CIT), CMU-Africa offers the MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE).  MS ECE students can pursue their studies as full-time students at the CMU-Africa campus for one semester or for the entire MS ECE program, with the option to take semesters at CMU's Silicon Valley and Pittsburgh campuses as well.

ECE Campuses

CMU-Africa offers a stimulating and unique opportunity to study with faculty, researchers and other MS students in one of the world’s most rapidly developing economies.  In addition to offering fundamental courses and the technology enhance curriculum from Pittsburgh, CMU-Africa is strong in telecommunications and wireless networks, mobile computing, energy systems, and information and communication technology (ICT), with a special emphasis on emerging ICT innovations and applications in Africa.


MS ECE requirements

Students in the M.S ECE program must satisfy a set of course requirements to earn the degree. 

Find all of the admission requirements that are standard practice in the department and described in ECE documentation.

Course catalog

Students in the ECE M.S. program are provided with a thorough background in the fundamentals of electrical or computer engineering, as well as the opportunity for in-depth specialization in some particular aspect of these fields. For more information on courses offered at Carnegie Mellon University Africa.

Questions on MS ECE

Contact ECE in Pittsburgh for Questions and more Information on how to choose an educational program that is consistent with your background and is best suited to your own academic goals.