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The Master of Engineering (MENG) in General Engineering concentration is a multidisciplinary program of study with an online learning modality with synchronous and asynchronous coursework. This is particularly attractive to practicing engineers and professionals in related fields who seek a wider base of knowledge. The MENG in General Engineering requires students to complete 30 credits of graduate level study. Students in this degree concentration will be required to study a set of core disciplines, as well as a range of elective courses. A graduate of the MENG General Engineering concentration may be employed in a range of specialized occupations, which may depend on their previous engineering experience and education, as well as their graduate-level concentration options. Upon graduation, students may be more competitive candidates for a wide range of engineering related careers.
The MENG degree emphasizes improvement of essential technical and professional development skills, while a traditional Master of Science degree emphasizes research or a comprehensive understanding of a research area. The MENG program is designed for practicing engineers who prefer to attend classes in the evenings and on a part-time basis. This affords engineers the opportunity for a graduate level education without workplace interruptions.
The program consists of 30 credit hours:
- 9 credits of MENG Core Courses
- ENGR 5311 - Professional Communication & Information Management – 3 credits
- ENGR 5312 - Engineering Project Planning & Management – 3 credits
- ENGR 5314 - Advanced Engineering Mathematics – 3 credits (or) CSE 5500 - Algorithms - 3 credits
- 18 credits of Engineering Courses
- 3-credit MENG Capstone Project (ENGR 5315)