Electrical Engineering (Ph.D.)
Elevate your knowledge and expertise to help design and build the next generation of new component and device technologies.
Tomorrow’s powered components and devices demand the highest level of knowledge, skills and innovation. A doctoral degree in electrical engineering from UND offers a customizable curriculum that helps you develop the expertise to research and design a variety of electrical-based technologies and advances. And, for those seeking a career in higher education, the electrical engineering doctoral program provides a clear path.
- Program type:
- Doctoral Degree
- On-campus or online
- Est. time to complete:
- 4+ years
- Credit hours:
Why Earn a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering at UND?
From wireless devices, to electronic security, the smart grid and embedded systems, the future will be powered by electrical engineering. Those with the highest expertise will impact everything from the next generation of computing platforms, to the circuits that power a myriad of devices, as well as future innovations.
With the UND doctoral program in electrical engineering, you'll benefit from a curriculum that advances your electrical engineering education to the highest level, with opportunities to:
- Customize the curriculum, research and training to meet your strongest interests and professional career goals.
- Engage in both traditional engineering and complementary multidisciplinary studies.
- Experience strong interaction between fellow engineering students, and high-quality research to advance teamwork skills to the highest level.
- Gain advanced research expertise with the skills and knowledge to identify needs, define context and execute on applications.