Master of Science in Engineering
The Master of Science in Engineering degree is earned upon the successful completion of 30 graduate credits. The actual mix of core and elective credits varies based on the emphasis area you choose. Courses that are cross-listed in more than one section cannot be counted twice.
Degree Requirement Summary
- ENGRG 5030 Linear Algebra (required for Structural/Geotechnical emphasis)
- ENGRG 6050 Applied Statistics
- ENGRG 7030 Simulation Modeling of Engineering Systems
- ENGRG 7070 Optimization with Engineering Applications
Technical Emphasis Areas
You must complete nine credits from at least one emphasis area. Nine elective credits are required.
For the Engineering Design, Applications of Engineering Management, and Control (Electrical) Systems Emphases, elective courses can be chosen from any program courses not already used to satisfy requirements.
For the Structural/Geotechnical Engineering technical emphasis, elective courses must be chosen from the Structural/Geotechnical Engineering technical emphasis area.
|Engineering Design Courses|
|ENGRG 7070 Optimization with Engineering Applications||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7510 Design of Experiments||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7520 Design for Manufacturability||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7540 Advanced Finite Element Method||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7550 Product Design and Development||3 cr.|
|Applications of Engineering Management Courses|
|ENGRG 7810 Advanced Production and Operations Analysis||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7820 Quality Engineering and Management||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7830 Advanced Cost and Value Analysis||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7840 Systems Engineering Management||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7850 Taguchi Method of Designing Experiments||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7860 Continuous Improvement with Lean Principles||3 cr.|
|PROJMGT 7010 Project Management Techniques I||3 cr.|
|Control (Electrical) Systems Courses||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7310 Control Systems Engineering||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7320 Modern Control Systems||3 cr.|
|ENGRG 7340 Digital Control Systems||3 cr.|