The Master’s of Engineering program is a collaboration between the Shiley School of Engineering and the Pamplin School of Business Administration. This flexible degree will enhance your engineering skills, refine your communication skills, and teach you about business fundamentals -- qualities that will distinguish you as a decision-maker.
Students in the program may select from a wide variety of engineering courses including civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering, as well as business courses in entrepreneurship, marketing, management, and new venture development. Specific course descriptions can be found in the University Bulletin. Students interested in computer science and information systems should look at the programs offered by the Pamplin School of Business.
For more information contact Caitlin Cairncross by email or by phone at 503.943.7612.