Campus 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.
Duke's Master of Engineering (MEng) encompasses strong technical depth in a chosen discipline supplemented with core business fundamentals.
he M.S. Textile Engineering program is intended to develop the graduate student’s knowledge in the advanced fields of textile science and engineering.
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.
The School of Technology offers a program of graduate study leading to the Master of Arts degree.
The PRIME Program merges engineering science and design with innovation and entrepreneurship.
The M.S. in Engineering Management (EGMT) integrates the study of major management disciplines within the context of engineering or technical operations.
Involves the integration of systems of people, information technology and resources; Specializing in the design, improvement, installation and management of enterprise systems for the manufacturing and service industries.
Boston University's Late Entry Accelerated Program (LEAP) offers graduate engineering degrees to non-engineers. During Phase 1 of the program, students satisfy undergraduate core requirements in math, science, and engineering; after meeting these requir...
The Engineering Technology Concentration is for students who plan to become involved in supervising or coordinating workers, materials, and equipment.
The Department of Computer Graphics Technology (CGT) participates in the COT graduate program by offering an Area of Specialization in Applied Computer Graphics.
The Master of Engineering program integrates engineering coursework with classes in leadership skills & core management concepts...