Dec 03, 2023
Total Hours Required for Degree: 30 (Thesis Option) or 36 (Non-thesis Option)
In addition to the general requirements for admission to the William J. Doré, Sr. School of Graduate Studies, applicants for admission to the Master of Engineering program must meet the following requirements:
- Grade Point Average (GPA): ≥ 2.75; and
- Graduate Record Examination (GRE): ≥ 275 (Quantitative + Verbal).
Newly admitted graduate students are required to be seen by a graduate advisor prior to enrolling in graduate level engineering courses. All prerequisite and deficiencies in the student’s background for a particular concentration must be addressed by completing some or all of the leveling engineering, mathematics, and/or physics courses listed below.
Must have sufficient background in the following courses:
- CSCI, ENGR, MATH, MEEN, or STAT Electives (500/600 Level) - 12 hours
- CSCI, ENGR, MATH, MEEN, or STAT Electives (600 Level) - 12 hours
- CSCI, ENGR, MATH, MEEN, or STAT Electives (500/600 Level) - 18 hours
- CSCI, ENGR, MATH, MEEN, or STAT Electives (600 Level) - 18 hours
- For thesis option, only 6 hours of CSCI, MATH, and STAT can be used. For non-thesis option, only 9 hours of CSCI, MATH, and STAT can be used.
- The courses taken must be approved by an advisor.
- For non-thesis option, students must also pass the Graduate Comprehensive Exam (GCE).
- Student must successfully pass GCE during the final semester. This GCE is based on topics presented in required courses.
- Student with unsatisfactory result in first attempt of GCE will be given a second exam within the same semester. Failure on the second attempt of GCE will result in additional courses recommended by the Mechanical Engineering Graduate Committee.
- The third attempt of GCE is the final attempt and a failure in passing the GCE will result in failure to complete the Master of Engineering graduate requirements and student will not graduate from the program.
- At least one-half of the total number of credit hours required for a graduate degree, excluding credit for thesis, must be at the 600 level.
- Credits applied must be earned within 6 calendar years from the time the student first enrolled in the program.
- No grade below C and not more than 6 credit hours of C work can be applied toward the degree.
- Only transfer credits with a grade of B or better may be applied toward the degree.
- All degree and graduation requirements may be found on the Graduate School Regulations page.