Whether you are looking to advance in your career or build on your research experience, a master's degree from the George Washington University offers the opportunity to take your knowledge to the next level.
Through a combination of courses, labs and workshops, master's students at the School of Engineering & Applied Science can expect to take 2-3 years for completion, full-time or part-time. Additionally, students may choose to complete the program with a thesis or take additional courses as a replacement.
We offer the Master of Science (M.S.) or Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degrees in 12 fields of study:
Areas of focus: microcomputer systems architecture; network performance analysis; optical communications networks; stochastic processes; wireless networks.
We also offer online versions of our MS in Engineering Management, MS in Systems Engineering, MS in Electrical Engineering, M.Eng in Cloud Computing Management, M.Eng in Cybersecurity Analytics, and M.Eng in Cybersecurity Policy.