In order to maintain a quality education that provides highly relevant skills for today’s engineering workforce, we’re constantly striving to make UConn's Master of Engineering (MENG) program as convenient as possible for working engineers.
UConn's Master of Engineering (MENG) utilizes various modes of teaching including online learning that provides flexibility to accommodate the working schedules of students. This allows you to take classes remotely and during late-afternoon or evening hours while maintaining an interactive environment with your professor and classmates.
**Online course modalities include both synchronous and asynchronous coursework.
You may earn the degree part-time, in some cases sponsored by your employer.
UConn School of Engineering Advanced Engineering Certificate concentrations are also available.
However you opt to continue your engineering studies, we think it’s important that you’re able to earn your Master of Engineering (MENG) degree on your time, at your pace, at your convenience. The MENG program offers schedule flexibility so you can balance your studies with your work and other life responsibilities, which empowers you to become a real force in the increasingly evolving and highly crucial world of engineering.
UConn offers concentrations in several key engineering fields. Are you ready to explore more about our Master of Engineering degree program?
Choose from the following UConn Master of Engineering concentrations to learn more!
- Advanced Manufacturing for Energy Systems
- Advanced Systems Engineering
- Biomedical Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Data Science
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- General Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering