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June 13, 2023
12:00 p.m. MST
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About the Information Session

About the Session

Ranked among the top 50 electrical and computer engineering (ECE) departments in the country by U.S. News & World Report, the ECE department at the University of Arizona contributes to the state’s status as a national center for high-tech industry. This team has built an online MS in Electrical and Computer Engineering that prepares you to play a central part in the creation and planning phases for new technologies.

This live information session gives you a holistic look into our online MS in ECE and offers the opportunity to have your questions answered by experts on the program. With the help of Admissions Counselor Tom Shannon and Associate Department Head, Dr. Hal Tharp, you’ll get an in-depth overview of our program and insight into how you can leverage the knowledge and connections you gain here to advance your career. Topics covered during the session include:

  • Our customizable curriculum, in which you can build a specialized plan of study from scratch or choose from suggested course plans in nine interest areas
  • Our industry connections with top tech companies like Raytheon, Intel, IBM, Qualcomm, NASA, and Boeing
  • Our admissions process and everything you need to know to build a better application
  • A live Q&A session with an admissions counselor and faculty member

The Presenters

Tom Shannon

Tom Shannon

Admissions Counselor, AllCampus

Dr. Hal Tharp

Dr. Hal Tharp

Associate Department Head of Electrical and Computer Engineering