The School of Electrical and Computer Engineering offers programs of graduate studies leading to a degree of Master of Engineering, or Doctor of Philosophy. Areas of concentration include all the specialties in the research areas listed here.

An equivalent of one (1) calendar-year of full-time study is required to obtain a Master's in Engineering. However, completing the program in one and a half year is possible. You can obtain a MEng with six (6) graduate courses, plus an externally examined thesis. It is also feasible to obtain a degree by completing nine (9) graduate courses and an internally examined project.

The PhD program maintains a requirement of the equivalent of two (2) calendar years of full-time study in addition to the requirements for the Master's degree. While, no formal course requirements exist, students usually select courses applicable to their research interests. The Department will award a PhD after the satisfactory completion of a Doctoral thesis.