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Graduate Degrees

In the Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing

All Master of Science (M.S.) degree programs serve both full-time students and currently employed professionals. All programs also offer thesis track and non-thesis track options.

M.S. Applied Engineering

  • The MSAE program’s concentration in Engineering Management is structured to meet businesses’ needs for engineering managers and individual contributors who possess leadership skills along with applications experience in a specialized field.
  • The concentration in Advanced Manufacturing Engineering prepares manufacturing engineers to accept greater project responsibility and to advance quickly in their careers.
  • Students may select coursework in areas including robotics and automation; additive manufacturing; materials processing and nano-manufacturing; lean manufacturing; and product control, quality, safety and ergonomics.

M.S. Civil Engineering

  • The MSCE degree program prepares professionals with advanced technical knowledge and skills in the vital area of infrastructure.
  • The program comprises technical coursework in five main areas: Construction Engineering; Environmental/Water Resources Engineering; Transportation, Pavement and Geotechnical Engineering; Structural Engineering; and Surveying/Geomatics.

M.S. Computer Science (face-to-face and hybrid)

  • The MSCS degree program prepares you for a career in software engineering, software & cybersecurity, machine learning, or data and knowledge systems.
  • The program begins with a strong foundation in databases, AI and web systems; followed by unique specializations in data mining, data warehousing and distributed database systems. You will progress to applying database and knowledge systems to areas such as software engineering, wireless and mobile systems.

M.S. Electrical Engineering

  • The MSEE program is designed to meet global need for electrical engineers who posses leadership skills as well as applications experience in consumer, commercial and industrial areas.
  • Courses include analytical math and experimental research in areas such as autonomous systems, optical communications, wireless power, small antennas and energy harvesting.

M.S. Information Technology

  • The MSIT degree program prepares professionals with the advanced knowledge and skills needed to configure, implement, secure and manage the systems, networks and data that support every sector of our economy.
  • Delivered in a face-to-face setting, the MSIT curriculum includes courses in emerging topics such as cyber security, data science and digital forensics.

M.S. Mechanical Engineering

  • The MSME degree program prepares engineers to accept greater project responsibility while advancing quickly in their chosen discipline.
  • MSME students conduct in-depth research and select coursework concentrations in Energy Science, Mechatronics or general Mechanical Engineering.

For more information about our Graduate Programs,
contact Erica Colbert or 912-478-3007

Last updated: 3/2/2023