About the Master of Engineering Degree Program
The Master’s Degree in engineering includes a balanced course offering, including advanced interdisciplinary engineering technical courses, technology management and technology development. The electives within the program are divided into the focus areas of Robotics and Electrical Control Systems.
Upon completion of the engineering master’s degree in the College of Engineering, students will be able to:
- Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems;
- Apply analysis of user requirements to design engineering based solutions;
- Research capabilities for identification, evaluation, and implementation of current technologies and consider their application to address individual and organizational needs;
- Build team based projects and plans to develop, integrate, and implement engineering-based solutions from a managerial perspective; and
- Apply emerging engineering techniques, skills, methods, and theories.
Master’s Degree in Engineering Admissions Requirements
Admissions decisions are based on consideration of the applicant’s previous academic records, statement of purpose, resume and letters of recommendations.
The following are the admissions requirements:
- A Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Applied Sciences, or a closely related discipline from a regionally accredited university
- A minimum GPA of 2.7 in the last 60-semester credits attempted
- Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is required for applicants with a GPA less than 3.25. The GRE may be waived by the Graduate Student Advisor for applicants with a GPA of 3.25 or higher
- A letter of interest
- Two letters of recommendation
University Graduation Requirements
- Satisfactory completion of 30 credits of approved graduate courses with a GPA of 3.0 or better
- Meeting any prerequisites/deficiencies identified by the Graduate Student Advisor.
- Compliance with all other university graduation requirements