Areas of Study

A Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) degree is a good fit for students who would like to take courses in a variety of engineering topics. We won't limit you to just one area of engineering. Our program incorporates classes from the traditional master of science degrees in...


Civil Engineering

The M.S.E. program offers several areas of study within the civil engineering discipline, including structural, environmental, and geotechnical engineering.

Computer Systems

The computer science and engineering department offers a three-course series designed to enhance knowledge of computer systems security.


The electrical engineering department offers sixteen different graduate-level courses online. Areas of study include control systems, electrical power, semiconductor devices, and communications.


The area of environmental engineering incorporates courses from multiple departments, but primarily from civil engineering.


Industrial Engineering offers courses in decision modeling, optimization, probability and stochastic models, design of experiments, and simulation.


The Mechanical Engineering department offers courses in thermal science, aeronautics, material science, and design.


The M.S.E. program offers multiple structural courses in civil engineering, as well as a couple of material science courses from mechanical engineering that may be applied to a structural engineering plan of study.

Engineering Management

M.S.E. students have the opportunity to choose from a large selection of engineering and operations management classes. Select courses focus on systems engineering, risk management, probability and statistics, and trade-off analytics.