Electrical Engineering and Computer Science


Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Graduate Programs

Our state-of-the-art curriculum features a variety of specializations and opportunities for entrepreneurship and commercialization. Build upon your current expertise in electrical engineering, computer engineering, or computer science. Learn the advanced skills you need to be a productive researcher and develop innovative solutions to technological problems!

Graduate Degrees

Our department offers graduate degrees in Electrical Engineering, as well as graduate degrees in Computer Science and Engineering:

We understand your need for high-quality, flexible education. Our Master's degree programs offer three different course-work options to best fit your needs:

  • Course work-only
  • Master's project
  • Master's thesis ― research-oriented degree

Additionally, the College of Engineering offers the following graduate programs:

Research Highlights

Our faculty researchers and graduate students solve problems that have real-world impact:

  • Work on research projects externally funded by prestigious federal agencies.
  • Conduct research in state-of-the-art facilities, including the recently established Adaptive Radio-Frequency and Plasma Lab.
  • Publish in leading academic journals such as IEEE Transactions series for electrical engineering.
  • Present at leading academic conferences for computer science and engineering.

The department has received research grant funding from:

Research topics in electrical engineering

  • Power grid stability
  • Electrification of transportation
  • Battery storage solutions
  • Photovoltaic materials
  • Advanced communication systems

Electrical Engineering Specialization Areas

Research topics in computer science engineering

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Machine Learning
  • Cybersecurity/Computer Security

Computer Science and Engineering Specialization Areas

Research and Laboratories 

  • Adaptive Radio-Frequency and Plasma Lab (ARPL)
  • Learning and Optimization on Networks and Graphs Lab (LONG)
  • Cyber-Physical-Human Systems Lab (CPHS)
  • Paul A. Hotmer Cybersecurity and Teaming Research Lab (CSTAR)
  • Toledo Power and Energy Research Group (TPERG)
  • Electronic Materials Lab
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Communications
  • Hardware Security
  • Interdisciplinary Data Engineering and Science
  • Power Electronics
  • Imaging and Computer Vision
  • Wireless Networking

Learn to Think Like an Entrepreneur

We don't just develop outstanding electrical and computer engineers or computer scientists. We develop engineers and scientists who create value for their employers by thinking like entrepreneurs. UToledo offers opportunities to commercialize your research and ideas.


Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions 

Learn more about the city of Toledo and why our students chose the College of Engineering:

Why UToledo Engineering 



Dr. Devinder Kaur

Graduate Director & Professor

Office: NI 2062

Phone: (440) 530-8163

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Last Updated: 10/23/23