As a student in the Master of Science in Electrical & Computer Engineering: Power Engineering program, you will have access to the newest technologies and techniques in electric machines, power electronics, actuators, sensors, drives, motion control, and drive applications. Follow along with on-campus classes via prerecorded lectures, email exchange of assignments, email communication with instructors, and proctored tests taken at your place of employment.
Extend your technical breadth of knowledge by learning from faculty who are part of the Wisconsin Electric Machines and Power Electronics Consortium (WEMPEC), an internationally renowned research group located at UW–Madison.
Rated among the top departments of its kind in the world, the UW–Madison Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering offers engineering programs that consistently produce talented graduates whose knowledge and expertise are highly respected throughout the nation and the world. UW–Madison’s online engineering programs are consistently top-ranked by U.S. News & World Report.
The education you receive at UW–Madison is directly applicable to a career in industry and is suitable for a new or recent graduate, as well as experienced professionals who seek the necessary (re)training to change or advance their careers.