Masters of Engineering Programs
Our 30-credit bioengineering program prepares you for technical, managerial, or research and development careers in a variety of settings, including industry, startups, hospitals, research facilities, and government agencies.
he M.S. Textile Engineering program is intended to develop the graduate student’s knowledge in the advanced fields of textile science and engineering.
Duke's Master of Engineering (MEng) encompasses strong technical depth in a chosen discipline supplemented with core business fundamentals.
The nuclear engineering graduate program at Penn State is ranked eighth in the nation.
The Master of Science in Fire Protection Engineering is directed toward the identification, analysis and mitigation of fire hazards and risks across a broad spectrum of applications, including buildings and wild land-urban interface.
The UB ISTL Master's Program is designed to train globally competitive graduates who are well rounded technically and managerially, and who intend to assume leadership positions in transportation and logistics.
* Concentration in Automotive Systems; * Concentration in Electrical & Computer Engineering; * Concentration in Manufacturing Engineering; * Concentra...
The Master program Financial Engineering prepares you for a challenging career in the international world of finance.
Focusing on universal design principles, the development of technical proficiency and the refinement of personal expression, students will produce a comprehensive body of work. Through study, studio production and subjective analysis, students will lear...
Precision engineering involves work at the forefront of current technology.