The College of Engineering offers an array of graduate programs for students interested in pursuing careers in research or industry, as well as those seeking to switch to a career in technology.
Doctor of Philosophy These rigorous, research-based programs are offered in six engineering disciplines. All PhD programs train individuals to be at the forefront of academia and industry. For information about the PhD program in your discipline, visit the department web site.
Master of Engineering Eight Master of Engineering degree programs are geared to early career professionals and recent college graduates seeking advancement as technology leaders in industry. The flexible MEng program allows students to complete the degree in as little as one year of full-time coursework, or in up to two years if an internship or project-based experience is desired. Part-time and distance learning options are also available.
Master of Science Research-based master’s degrees in nine disciplines are suited to students seeking careers in research.
- Late Entry Accelerated Program Students who want to switch careers and enter the technology field, but whose undergraduate degree is not in engineering, can earn a master’s degree in any of eight engineering disciplines through the Late Entry Accelerated Program (LEAP). Students begin by taking foundational undergraduate engineering courses, then transition into graduate-level coursework to complete a master’s degree. Learn More