Master of Science in Engineering
The Master of Science Degree in Engineering is a general engineering program with four areas of concentration:
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
Each area of concentration has an option of a thesis or non-thesis degree plan.Each option includes 12 semester credit hours of graduate courses in general engineering with the remaining hours to be determined by the student and his academic advisor during the first semester of acceptance to the graduate program as a degree status student.
During the first semester of graduate degree status, the student should select an advisory committee consisting of at least three members, two of whom must come from the engineering faculty, and the chairman of the committee who shall be a full member of the graduate faculty in engineering.