Graduate Science and Engineering programs
Science, engineering, and the social sciences.
Degree, non-degree, and certificate programs.
Our diverse community of graduate students thrives on a passion for research, a desire to make the world a better place, and the opportunity to work with highly accomplished faculty members.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is home to a number of internationally recognized research groups. The faculty research laboratories provide exciting opportunities for current and prospective graduate students to excel in their research area of interest. The department's research laboratories are equipped with an annual funding level of nearly $5 million, allowing for graduate student support and acquisition of cutting-edge research equipment.
WPI offers graduate study leading to the master of science (MS), master of engineering (MEng), and the doctor of philosophy (PhD) degrees in electrical and computer engineering, as well as graduate and advanced certificate programs. All graduate study opportunities are available to both full-time and part-time students. Part-time graduate students at WPI benefit from the same personalized faculty advising as our full-time students.
WPI offers world-class graduate programs that prepare our students for leadership roles in a wide range of fields, often crossing boundaries between traditional areas of study in order to address the most critical problems of our day. To pursue your graduate studies at WPI, or for additional information about the application process, please visit our Graduate Admissions website.