The Master of Engineering (MEng) degree at Michigan Tech is a professional degree. It meets the needs of engineers who want to expand their knowledge in a specific discipline or to move into interdisciplinary areas as they plan careers in corporate markets as well as other professional arenas.
The MEng degree is different from the Master of Science (MS) engineering degree. The MEng is a coursework-only degree is designed for students who want to enhance their educational background, but are not interested in doing advanced research. The degree is flexible in that it allows students to gain either a greater depth or more breadth in professional skills. The MEng degree can be completed with two semesters of full-time study.
Michigan Tech’s HEV curriculum includes courses, certificates, and professional Master’s program curriculum funded by a US Department of Energy transportation electrification grant and provides advanced knowledge and hands-on labs in the design, analysis, control, calibration, and operating characteristics of HEVs. Four courses are offered in partnership with The Engineering Society of Detroit (ESD) and take place in ESD classrooms in Southfield, MI. Eighteen courses from the program are available online. The program provides advanced knowledge and hands-on laboratories in the design, analysis, control, calibration, and operating characteristics of HEVs.
Michigan Tech Online Learning courses are developed for the virtual classroom using the latest distance education technologies. Internet classes allow you to arrange your class attendance around your own schedule. Except for turning in assignments when they are due, your schedule is totally up to you.