The Graduate Program at ECE@UNM is vibrant with a truly international and diverse student population. Our graduate students come from all over the world. We thank you for your interest in our Graduate Program and hope you will find that it is the right match for you. We look forward to welcome you into the Graduate Program at ECE@UNM.
ECE@UNM Graduate programs focus on developing solid theoretical and analytical skills as well as providing students with training in the latest technologies and tools required to compete and excel in the global job market.
The ECE@UNM offers academic programs leading to degrees in:
Master of Science (MS) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in
Students in the ECE@UNM Masters degree program can choose between two options: one with a thesis and the other with a report-based project. The PhD program focuses on research innovation and prepares students to work in high-end research environments.
Graduate students have the opportunity to pursue research in a wide range of modern engineering emphases areas including, for example, applied electromagnetics, photonics, and nanotechnology, communications and signal processing, biomedical technologies, renewable energy, control systems, information systems and networking systems.
Nearby ECE@UNM are the Sandia National Laboratories (SNL), Kirtland Air Force Base and the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL), the Santa Fe Institute, Intel Corporation and Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), all of which provide research collaboration opportunities.
Albuquerque is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the US where native American, Hispanic and Latino and Anglo and other cultural influences are reflected in its rich architecture, artwork, cultural centers and cuisine. With 310 days of bright sunshine, mild summers and winters and beautiful surroundings, Albuquerque is perfect for outdoor activities.