Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.)
(along with all required documents)
- October 1 for Spring Applicants
- April 1 for Fall Applicants
- Knowledge of advanced experimental methods and the ability to design experiments and collect data
- A good understanding of statistical concepts and an ability to apply this knowledge to achieve engineering solutions that most efficiently use information and resources
- A practical knowledge of fabrication and manufacturing techniques, specifically at the micro- and nano-scales
- An ability to apply advanced mathematical concepts to model physical systems and engineering processes to drive knowledge based design
- An advanced, cross-disciplinary understanding of engineering sciences, and an ability to relate physical concepts from multiple engineering disciplines
- An ability to identify critical issues, formulate realistic solutions, evaluate alternatives, and carry out independent research to provide novel solutions to technical problems
- A demonstrated ability to make novel, significant contributions to the scientific and engineering body of knowledge.
Curriculum and degree requirements can be found in the most current Graduate Bulletin.