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Masters in Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineering and electronics systems have transformed modern life, with electric cars, smartphones, wireless communication and television just some of the electrical advances that have been turned from ideas into reality, with the field set to continue to evolve and develop.

A Masters in Electrical Engineering will enable you to build on your existing knowledge of the subject, gaining industry knowledge and specializing in particular areas that interest you. Read on to find out more about common Masters in Electrical Engineering degree types, entry requirements, career options and electrical engineering specializations.

Key Skills

Electrical engineering key skills
  • Ability to design and test circuit building blocks
  • Computer programming
  • Computer-aided design
  • General IT skills
  • Ability to solve complex problems using specialist knowledge
  • Written and verbal communication skills
  • Teamwork skills
  • Attention to detail
  • Project and time management
  • Strong numerical skills
  • Data analysis
  • Strong understanding of health, safety and environmental issues
  • Strong business knowledge
  • Good awareness of the latest innovations in the field