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Graduate Degrees Offered

Degrees
  • M.Eng. in Engineering with an area of study in Engineering Management

This program is online only. There is no campus component.


Distance Education Opportunities

M.Eng. with an area of study in Engineering Management

Engineering Management



Application Checklist and Deadlines

Required by the Office of Graduate Studies


See also: steps to admission.

Required by Engineering Management in GAMES

After you apply, allow one business day for us to establish your access to GAMES, where you'll complete these departmental requirements:


Application Deadline

For Financial Consideration
   Fall: February 15   Spring: September 15
Otherwise
   Rolling admissions, contact the department for more information.



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Description

The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) is a professional practice-oriented advanced degree offered by the College of Engineering. This non-thesis program provides a broad-based technical education and is not designed to prepare students for doctoral-level work. Graduate students have access to premier research labs such as the Center for Nontraditional Manufacturing Research and the Center for Ergonomics and Safety Research, among others. Students benefit from a high degree of hands-on experience in the numerous research centers and laboratories which are well-equipped and available for teaching and research.

Successful candidates for admission should have a bachelor's degree in engineering and technology, physical science, computer science or mathematics. Students with non-engineering degrees may be required to take some undergraduate course work in engineering science.

Courses and More

Students in Engineering Management are most likely to take courses in: See also: Course Catalog in the Graduate Bulletin.

Students will work with an advisor to create a Program of Studies or Memorandum of Courses during the first half of their coursework.


Faculty and Research

Discrete Systems; Engineering Educational Systems Design
     Emeritus
Ergonomics; Quality Control; Information Processing; Design and Experiments; and Statistics
Design and Control of Manufacturing Systems; Modeling Uncertainty for Decision Making Under Risk
Occupational Safety and Health; Musculoskeletal Disorders; Cumulative Trauma Disorders
     Emeritus
Innovative Design and Ergonomic Analysis: Development of Laparoscopic Surgical Tools, Methodology Standardization For Operating Room Medical Device Usability, Development of Neutron Detection Sensors
Industrial Packaging; Computer Networks; Facility Design; Robots; Project Management Control
     Emeritus
Advancid Machining of Materials Used in Aerospace, Automotive and Medical Device Industries
Safety; Ergonomics
     Emeritus
Abrasive Flow Machining; Nontraditional Finishing Processes; Rapid Prototyping; Tooling
Ergonomics; Occupational Biomechanics; Energy Systems
     Graduate Chair

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