Is an Accelerated Master’s Degree Right for Me?
According to US News & World Report, people with master’s degrees earn considerably more than their counterparts with just a bachelor’s degree—a lifetime earning average of more than $400,000. The Council of Graduate Schools projects a job growth rate of 21.7 percent through 2020 for those with master’s degrees, and some economist consider this rate severely underestimated. With numbers like these, can you afford not to get your advanced degree?
Take a closer look at Michigan Tech’s accelerated master’s program. With just one additional year of study beyond your bachelor’s, you can have a master’s degree as well—making you more marketable in industry or preparing you for advanced doctoral-level research.
Are you a junior-level Michigan Tech undergraduate student studying in one of these degree areas? Apply now—it’s fast, easy, and free.
Are you considering a change to a major with an accelerated master’s degree option? Schedule a meeting with your advisor.
- Biological Sciences
- Biomedical Engineering
- Business Administration (MBA)
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Data Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Engineering Mechanics
- Environmental Engineering
- Forestry (Master of Forestry)
- Geographic Information Science
- Integrated Geospatial Technology
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Medical Informatics