A graduate degree in engineering is an advanced degree designed for a variety of learners in different situations, including working engineering and science professionals and graduates from non-engineering backgrounds. These graduate programs are designed to promote high achievement in theoretical and practical problems within the field of engineering and to address the burgeoning education demands for graduates and professionals with advanced engineering education. A graduate degree in engineering is also a pathway to an academic career as a researcher and teacher.
Graduate Engineering Degree Options
Master's in Engineering - appropriate for those who want to develop advanced knowledge in one area of engineering or for those who have management aspirations. Also open to individuals with a relevant Bachelor's degree who seek to transition from one career into the engineering field
PhD in Engineering - appropriate for those who want to earn an advanced degree in engineering with a view to pursuing a research or teaching career
Graduate Engineering Diplomas/Certificates - supplements an already established area of expertise computer science or adds value to a previously earned Bachelor's or graduate degree in a different, but related discipline. Is designed to provide students with a specialized knowledge that is less extensive than a Master's or PhD in engineering
Areas of Graduate Engineering Specialization
Main branches of engineering - aerospace engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, and mechanical engineering
New branches of engineering - computer engineering, software engineering, nanotechnology, tribology, molecular engineering, and mechatronics
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