Master of Engineering in Systems and Materiel Engineering
About This Program
The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Systems and Materiel Engineering is a professional career-enhancing degree program that provides students with opportunities for professional development and career advancement, and provides employers with better skilled, more adaptable, and more productive career employees.
The Master of Engineering degree in Systems and 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 may, upon departmental approval, transfer a maximum of twelve semester hours of approved graduate credits from an accredited institution.
- Aerospace engineer
- Automotive engineer
- Contracting civil engineer
- Control and instrumentation engineer
- Maintenance engineer
- Mechanical engineer
- Nuclear engineer
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Dr. F. Michael Ayokanmbi,
Director, Master of Engineering in Systems & Materiel Engineering Program
Arthur J. Bond Engineering Hall