Graduate Programs

Engineering and Applied Science

Graduate Programs

Pursue a graduate degree to enhance your career goals.

There are many degree choices in the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Add to your knowledge and immediate or future career needs with a graduate certificate designed to give you career-ready skills without a full degree. Or consider a Master of Engineering degree for an applied, non-thesis course of study. Master of Science degrees offer thesis-based or research-based degrees. Continue your academic education and research with a PhD.

Master of Science

Master of Science degrees emphasize original research-based work and require a thesis for completion, making it the ideal degree for graduates who wish to pursue a PhD after completing their master’s program.

Computer Science
Computer Science - Games and Media Integration
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Master of Engineering

Master of Engineering degrees are technical master’s degrees for students who have an undergraduate degree in engineering and would like a master’s degree in a specific fieldwork area. Students without an undergraduate degree in engineering may need to take additional coursework.

Engineering Management (online)
Information Assurance
Software Engineering
Space Operations (online)
Systems Engineering (online)

Online Degrees

Master of Engineering degrees are technical master’s degrees for students who have an undergraduate degree in engineering and would like a master’s degree in a specific fieldwork area. Students without an undergraduate degree in engineering may need to take additional coursework. These degrees are offered online for maximum student flexibility.

Engineering Management (Master of Engineering)
Space Operations (Master of Engineering)
Systems Engineering (Master of Engineering)

PhD in Engineering

 

The PhD is a terminal degree that qualifies the degree holder to teach in their chosen subject field at the university level, work in research areas in their specialized field, or continue to actively pursue research for publication. Candidates pursue extensive and original research and present results in a thesis or dissertation. Students will have a tenured professor serve as advisor based on the research interest area.

Computer Science
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Security

Graduate Certificates

 

Graduate certificates provide the opportunity for working professionals to enhance career pathways, keep up-to-date in your field, add to your credentials, and prepare you for specialization with your industry. Many courses offered online for maximum student flexibility.

Electric Drivetrain Technology
Engineering Management
Network System Security
Engineering Secure Software
Software Engineering
Space Operations
Systems Engineering