What is it? The MSnt is a course-based master’s degree with flexibility to support part-time and full-time students. Under the guidance of a faculty advisor, students build their own elective-based curriculum using graduate-level online courses. The degree culminates in a final project, but there is no publication requirement. This is a great option for working professionals interested in project work on proprietary data or processes.
Who is it for? The MSnt is geared toward working professionals, but anyone interested in expanding their engineering knowledge can apply. Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree in engineering or basic science with a strong fundamental knowledge in advanced mathematical concepts such as differential equations, statics/dynamics, strength of materials, and basic thermodynamics.
Degree requirements are comprised of the following:
- 30 credit hours
- 3 credits graduate-level math/statistics
- 3-6 credits final project and report
- 9 credits of ME or NE technical courses
- 12-18 credits of engineering or engineering-related courses
- Diversity and Inclusion requirement
- Ethics Requirement