The distance-learning option is available for both the MS in Mechanical Engineering and PhD in Mechanical Engineering, as well as for the Graduate Certificate in Hybrid Electric Drive Vehicle Engineering. These degrees are only open to those living and/or working in the US.
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Distance learning research-based degrees at both the master's and doctoral level are designed to ensure fidelity to these relationships and thus maintain the high standards of Michigan Tech graduate degrees. The public defense of theses, dissertations, reports and projects should preferably occur on campus. Students in partnered programs may take up to one-third of the required coursework credits from other universities provided the course plan is approved in advance of course registration. These degrees are only open to those living and/or working in the US.
Michigan Tech is offering a new professional graduate program focusing on hybrid electric drive vehicle (HEDV) engineering. This Master of Engineering program provides advanced knowledge and hands-on laboratories in the design, analysis, control, calibration, and operating characteristics of HEDVs. Most courses are available through distance learning. A Certificate option and non-degree coursework is also available.