What to Expect
Choose from four concentrations to specialize your studies: mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, systems and control engineering, or engineering innovation, management and leadership. All paths are 30 credit hours, with classes offered 100% online.
But just because you’re not on campus doesn’t mean your learning will be any less rigorous. You’ll learn from the same faculty as our on-campus students, engaging with them through multimedia lectures. You’ll have access to many of the same resources as your on-campus counterparts. And you’ll have the chance to get to know your classmates during virtual study sessions and interactive class time—including your capstone, during which you’ll work on an interdisciplinary team to build a project from the ground up.
Whether you’re a busy professional or simply someone looking for a flexible degree option, you can earn a master’s from one of the top engineering schools at home, or wherever you happen to be.