Become Part of the Future of Hybrid Technologies
Join one of the nation's largest mechanical engineering or electrical engineering departments Michigan Tech’s pioneering program in hybrid electric vehicle engineering, one of the first of its kind in the nation, was started with a $3 million US Department of Energy grant and $750,000 of in-kind contributions from industry sponsors and partners. This distance-learning, research-based MEng maintains the high standards of Michigan Tech graduate education.
Customize Your Online Education Pathway
Challenge yourself in hybrid electric drive vehicles by choosing one of four online pathways:
- Non-degree coursework: Take any number of Hybrid Vehicle Engineering courses as a non-degree seeking student.
- Graduate certificate: a graduate certificate in HEV can be earned in 15 credits.
- Master's degrees: earn a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering or Electrical Engineering degree with an emphasis in Hybrid Electric Vehicle Engineering (30 credits).
Enhance your career in hybrid electric drive vehicles by opening new job opportunities with an advanced degree. Commit to growing your knowledge areas and to becoming an expert. Employers recognize advanced training—a master's degree may qualify you for leadership opportunities, project management responsibilities, or the chance to work on more complicated or sophisticated projects. Stand out by graduating from the #2 public university where grads make six figures (Money Magazine).