A graduate of the Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) degree will be able to demonstrate:
- The ability to critically examine and manage contemporary challenges of the engineering profession, including professional ethics, diversity, and globalization
- Ethical awareness and decision making relative to contemporary engineering practice.
- Awareness and respect for diversity and global issues.
- That they are broadly equipped to both contribute to and lead multidisciplinary engineering projects.
- Appropriate solution strategies.
- The ability to perform mature technical assessment and evaluation.
- Scholarship with depth beyond the B.S. degree with the students’ chosen field of specialization.
- The ability to perform individual research.
- The ability to communicate in appropriate scholarly forms for the discipline.
*Students without a previous degree in engineering may need three or more hours of leveling.
15 HOURS ENGINEERING FOUNDATION
- ENGR-5003 Foundations of Technology Ethics and Values
- ENGR-5203 Systems Engineering
- ENGR-5213 Tools of Operations Research
- ENGR-5223 Systems Engineering Management
- ENGR-5323 Failure Analysis of Engineering Systems
15 HOURS OF GRADUATE LEVEL ENGINEERING ELECTIVES
- Choose from CENG, ELEC, ENGR, MATH, or MECH courses not already taken