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Distance Degrees

Master of Engineering in Professional Practice (MEPP)

This two-year program is a proven alternative to an MBA for practicing engineers from any field who are assuming broad responsibility for project implementation and management. Practical and results-oriented, this program provides the engineering, management, communication and computer skills for succeeding and advancing in today’s workplace.

MEPP courses make the best use of Internet technologies to provide a rich learning environment that includes team projects and discussions with other students and faculty. Learn more at a free Webinar.

Master of Engineering in Engine Systems (MEES)

This degree is a unique opportunity to integrate knowledge from thermal sciences, design and mechanics, electronics and control, applications and service, and manufacturing—all required in the development of an internal combustion engine. In this program you also develop critical project management and computer problem-solving skills that will ensure success in your engine development projects.

The curriculum features team-based projects and cutting edge technical knowledge from a leading institution in internal combustion engine research.

Contact the Department of Engineering Professional Development for information.

Master of Engineering in Technical Japanese (METJ)

This flexible program improves your ability to interact effectively with Japanese counterparts in the technical or business arena. Courses focus on translating and understanding Japanese printed materials and stress technical vocabulary not found in courses that emphasize literature or conversation. You will learn to read (with the aid of a dictionary) Japanese technical documents and specifications, product manuals, brochures, patents and memos.

Strategies for reading are reinforced through regular assignments and feedback. Contact the Department of Engineering Professional Development for information.

On-campus Degrees

A list of on-campus College of Engineering degrees is available here for reference.

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