Now you can earn an advanced Engineering degree with as few as nine courses and a comprehensive exam-completely online. The 100% online program consists of 30 credits with four technical concentrations, Mechanical Engineering (EMAE), Biomedical Engineering (EBME), Systems and Control Engineering (SCS) and Engineering Innovation, Management and Leadership (EIML).
This is a practice oriented degree, not a research oriented degree. As such, a thesis is not required for the Master of Engineering. Instead, you will complete a set of six core courses specifically designed to address the practice of engineering in today’s business environment.
- 18 Core Credit Hours
- 12 Technical Concentration Credit Hours
- Capstone Master of Engineering Project
- Semester Based Academic Calendar – 16 weeks per semester
- GRE not required