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    Nov 19, 2019  
2014-2015 Graduate Catalog 
    
2014-2015 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Engineering Technology (thesis), MS


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The program of study for the Master of Science with a major in engineering technology is a comprehensive program that provides for a degree of specialization with the proper selection of courses within the major. A non-thesis option is also available: Engineering Technology (non-thesis), MS.

Requirements


The graduate credit requirement for the MS degree with a major in engineering technology, thesis option, is 30 semester hours chosen in one of the following concentrations. A formal proposal and an oral defense of the thesis are required of all degree candidates.

Construction management concentration


Additional options in block B

A maximum of 6 credits, with the approval of the major professor and department.

Electrical systems concentration


Engineering management concentration


Mechanical systems concentration


Dual degree


The Department of Engineering Technology, in collaboration with the College of Business, offers a dual degree in engineering technology and operations and supply chain management. See Engineering Technology, MS/Operations and Supply Chain Management, MBA  for more information.

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