Professor Kazem Kazerounian
Assistant Dean for Graduate Studies and Diversity
Associate Professor Jun-Hong Cui
Master of Engineering Degree Program
The School of Engineering, in addition to the master’s and doctoral degree programs described elsewhere in this Catalog, offers the M.Engr. degree with areas of concentration in: Civil and Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.
The M.Engr. degree is designed to meet the needs of practicing engineering professionals who are employed full-time. Work toward this degree program can be completed on-site at company or at other convenient locations. Distance learning is available in select areas. The required curriculum consists of 28 graduate credits and completion of a project.
In addition to the general admission requirements of the Graduate School, the following also are required: verbal, quantitative, and analytical scores from the Graduate Record Examinations; evidence of demonstrated competence in the discipline, including but not limited to undergraduate research or field experience; and, whenever possible, a personal interview by a potential graduate advisor.