SET's Graduate programs provide students with a combination of advanced knowledge, hands–on experience, research and applications of theory.
Improve your employment options by developing your scholarship, research and creativity
Partner with the local and regional community to solve cutting-edge modern technological problems and drive growth, innovation, and change
Become an expert in one of many interdisciplinary areas in science and society characterized by substantial engineering and technology challenges
Become a leader in industry and academia
Graduate Degree and Graduate Certificate Programs
M.S. in Electrical & Computer Engineering (MSECE)
Advanced knowledge and skills in electrical and computer engineering
Study topics in advanced computer architecture and digital and embedded control systems and signal processing to advance your career in processor design, wireless communication, and power systems and security.
The Master of Science in Information Technology (MSIT) program will aim to provide students a combination of advanced knowledge, hands-on experience, and applications of theory to support and further improve students' employment options in the field of Information Technology.
Vicky L. Carwein and William B. Andrews Endowment for Graduate Programs
The Vicky L. Carwein and William B. Andrews Endowment for Graduate Programs provides endowed fellowship support for Ph.D. students and endowed research funding for graduate students in the School of Engineering and Technology.
Students who are awarded funding from this endowment are known as Carwein-Andrews Distinguished Fellows. These students are highly skilled and knowledgeable engineers, researchers, innovators, and entrepreneurs who, in the tradition of the University of Washington, are people who not only dream of changing the world, they do it.