COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & SCIENCE
The M.S. in Engineering program is interdisciplinary, offering students the opportunity to specialize in certain areas of engineering, with a strong emphasis on research.
The curriculum consists of 30-36 credit hours, depending on the track the student chooses.
Apply fundamentals from engineering, medical sciences and mathematics to solve problems in medicine and biology, and to understand, modify or control biological systems.
Contact Dr. Steve Jones, Program Coordinator, for more information.
Transform various natural resources into practical products, including paper, gasoline, medicine and computer microchips.
Contact Dr. Eric Sherer, Program Coordinator, for more information.
Design and supervise the construction and maintenance of buildings, bridges, roads, railroads, airports, harbors, channels, levees, pipelines, power plants and water and sewage systems.
Contact Dr. Nazimuddin Wasiuddin, Program Coordinator, for more information.
Apply the laws of electrical circuitry to design, develop and improve electronics and solid-state devices, and to control, convert and distribute energy and information.
Contact Dr. Chester Wilson, Program Coordinator, for more information.
Industrial Engineering (Offered Online and On Campus)
Learn to make decisions on how to best use an organization’s people, material, equipment and energy.
Contact Dr. Jun-Ing Ker, On-Campus Program Coordinator, for more information about the practicum, thesis, and coursework only tracks for on-campus students.
Contact Dr. Beth Hegab, Online Program Coordinator, for more information about the coursework only, distance learning track.
Design, develop, test, manufacture and maintain machines, vehicles, systems, devices and components that advance the standard of living.
Contact Dr. Prabhu Arumugam, Program Coordinator, for more information.