The MBA/MSE EE dual degree combines advanced courses in technical areas with a rigorous management curriculum to allow students to receive two degrees, the W. P. Carey MBA and the MSE in Electrical Engineering from the Fulton School of Engineering, in a shorter period of time and at lower cost than if the two degrees were pursued separately. This foundational grounding in two leading schools gives the employee and the organization the necessary tools for today's global marketplace.
The MBA/MSE EE degree is an online program that requires 56 credit hours of study including eight courses from the MBA program and an additional eight courses from the MSE program, for a total of 16 courses to receive both degrees over a three year period.
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The MBA/MSE EE features the following:
- Initial on-campus orientation providing interaction with student cohort and faculty
- Lockstep MBA curriculum—students enter and take all MBA courses as a group
- Courses taught in sequence with all required interaction taking place online
- Flexible choices of focused MSE EE tracks include: electric power and energy systems; electronic and mixed-signal circuit design; electromagnetics, antennas, and microwave circuits; signal processing and communications; and solid-state electronics.