Master of Engineering

The 30-credit master’s of engineering program is designed for both full-time students and full-time working professionals. The program is fully customizable with courses offered in civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering, as well as computer science.

Program Highlights

  • Flexible course load
  • Collaborative and interdisciplinary curriculum
  • Core foundation in professionalism and ethics, analytics and computing, and open-ended problem solving
  • Electives from engineering, business, education, nursing, and communication studies
  • Opportunities for research and special projects with engineering faculty
  • Small class sizes
  • Hands-on learning
  • Accessible to students without an engineering undergraduate degree with sufficient prerequisite courses


The program is structured to allow most students to complete the coursework in 12 months if attending full-time. It is also fine to spread the courses out over several years. An example for a 12 month program course plan is shown below. The program electives may be taken during any academic term depending on the student’s desired course load. 30 credits of graduate courses are required. The electives in the program are intended to help a student focus in a specific topic area. Clusters of classes are available for specific focus areas.

Fall Spring Summer
  • Foundation Course 1
  • Foundation Course 2
  • Elective 1
  • Elective 2
  • Foundation Course 3
  • Elective 3
  • Elective 4
  • Elective 5
  • Elective 6
  • Elective 7


  • Review the pre-requisite courses.
  • Submit an online application.
  • Acceptance letters are released approximately one month after an application is complete.
  • A non-refundable deposit of $500 will be due following an offer of admission. The deposit will be applied toward your first semester of tuition.


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Vilialdo Robles

Vilialdo Robles - Class of 2019
Master's of Engineering

"By entering the master’s of engineering program, I wanted to utilize opportunities to further my passion and career. "

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Mary Ryan

Mary Ryan '21 - Class of 2021
Master's of Engineering

"As a part-time graduate student, I am able to advance my engineering career and participate in a geotechnical research project."

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