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Degree Requirements

The Master of Engineering degree in Materiel Engineering is a professional degree and does not require a thesis, but requires a capstone project. The program requires a minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate-level courses with a cumulative grade-point-average of 3.0.  Students seeking Master's degrees may, upon departmental approval, transfer a maximum of twelve semester hours of approved graduate credits from an  accredited institution. 

 

CURRICULUM
 
 
Core Courses - 15 semester hours
 
GEN 601 Life-Cycle Design Engineering (3)
GEN 602 Product Assurance Engineering (3)
GEN 603 Modeling and Simulation Methods (3)
GEN 604 Test and Evaluation Engineering (3)
GEN 690 Materiel Engineering Project (3)
Discipline Specialization* —9 semester hours
Approved Electives—6 semester hours
 
The program currently offers the following areas of specialization:
 
Civil Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Systems Engineering
 
Discipline Specialization - 9 semester hours
 
In consultation with a graduate faculty advisor, a student is encouraged to choose three courses from one of the following specialization tracks:
 
Civil Engineering
CE 501 Structural Steel Design (3)
CE 502 Reinforced Concrete Design (3)
CE 504 Hydraulic Engineering & Design (3)
CE 508 Foundation Design (3)
CE 510 Transportation Engineering & Design (3)
CE 512 Pavement Systems (3)
CE 515 Transportation Material Characteristics & Design (3)
CE 555 Wastewater Treatment (3)
 
Electrical Engineering
EE 503 Feedback Systems Analysis & Design (3)
EE 504 Communication Theory (3)
EE 510 Microwave Engineering (3)
EE 520 Power Systems I (3)
EE 525 High Performance Computing & Networks (3)
EE 531 Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (3)
EE 541 Digital Signal Processing (3)
EE 551 Integrated Circuit Fabrication (3)
EE 552 Semiconductor Instrumentation (3)
 
Mechanical Engineering
 ME 512 Analysis and Synthesis of Gas Turbines & Components (3)
ME 516 Gas Dynamics (3)
ME 572 Economic Evaluation of Design (3)
ME 581 Quality and Reliability Assurance (3)
ME 582 Operations Planning and Scheduling (3)
 
Systems Engineering
 SYE 523 Statistical Methods for Engineers (3)
SYE 530 Principles of Systems Engineering (3)
SYE 532 System Safety (3)
SYE 534 Quality Management for Engineers (3)
SYE 560 Engineering Project Management (3)

Approved Electives - 6 semester hours 
 
Six hours of graduate-level electives should be chosen in any area that strengthens a student’s career goals, and as approved by the advisor.