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Northwestern University is a private research university founded in 1851. While the campus is somewhat divided into two halves (the Evanston campus and the Chicago campus), we’re only going to talk about the one at Evanston, since that’s where all engineering students are going to end up. Now while Northwestern is known for the very excellent Kellogg School of Management, it’s important to know that just about every other area of study at the university is quite a handful as well.
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The MS in Electrical Engineering at NWU is a government-designated STEM degree and so international students may be eligible for the 24-month F1 OPT (optional practical training) extension.
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The MS degree in Electrical Engineering offered by the Northwestern University is a masters program designed to provide students with advanced education in specialized areas of the field of Electrical Engineering of their own choosing.
The program is a flexible one, offering students the chance to gain specialized education in varying aspects of the field of electrical engineering. It also offers the student the opportunity to undertake independent research as part of their degree. Students in this program get to work closely with members of the faculty and other leading professionals in the field of electrical engineering.
Below are the core courses or/and important courses you are most likely to encounter during the duration of the MS program in Electrical Engineering at the Northwestern University:
To see more of the graduate courses, click HERE.
Eligibility and Application Requirements
The following is a list of requirements applicants must fulfill in order to successfully apply for the MS degree in Electrical Engineering at the Northwestern University:
For more information, click HERE.
It is important to note that fulfilling these requirements does not grant you automatic admission into the Northwestern University, however, failure to comply with any of the given requirements might lead to the automatic decline of your application. It is not unheard of for student who do not fully satisfy the basic requirements to gain admission. If you fall into this category, make sure to contact the department about this and seek information on how to proceed.
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