Where should I study MS in Electrical Engineering?

Where should I study MS in Electrical Engineering?
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Where should I study MS in Electrical Engineering?

Ms in Electrical Engineering

The Master of Science (MS) program in Electrical Engineering is designed to prepare students for technically demanding careers in industry as well as for post-master’s graduate studies in Electrical Engineering or related fields. The profession of electrical engineering demands a strong foundation in physical science and mathematics, a broad knowledge of engineering techniques, and an understanding of the relation between technology and society. Following is the list of top universities for electrical engineering:

MIT

Stanford University 

University of California— Berkeley 

University of Illinois— Urbana- Champaign 

California Institute of Technology 

Georgia Institute of Technology 

University of Michigan— Ann Arbor 

Carnegie Mellon University 

Princeton University 

Cornell University 

Purdue University— West Lafayette 

University of Texas— Austin (Cockrell) 

University of California— Los Angeles (Samueli) 

University of Southern California (Viterbi) 

Columbia University (Fu Foundation) 

University of California— San Diego (Jacobs) 

University of Maryland— College Park (Clark) 

Texas A&M University— College Station (Look) 

University of Washington 

University of Wisconsin— Madison 

Harvard University 

Ohio State University 

Rice University (Brown) 

Johns Hopkins University (Whiting) 

University of California— Santa Barbara 

Virginia Tech 

Arizona State University (Fulton) 

Duke University (Pratt) 

Northwestern University (McCormick) 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 

University of Pennsylvania 

Pennsylvania State University— University Park 

University of Minnesota— Twin Cities 

Yale University 

University of Florida 

Washington University in St. Louis 

North Carolina State University 

University of Arizona 

University of Colorado— Boulder 

University of Notre Dame 

Boston University 

Iowa State University 

Northeastern University 

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey— New Brunswick 

University of California— Davis 

University of California— Irvine (Samueli) 

Vanderbilt University

Michigan State University

Brown University

University of Virginia

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