B.S. MET/M.S. Technology
5-YEAR COMBINED MS/BS in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
The Department of Mechanical Engineering Technology is searching for highly motivated and academically gifted students to participate in its five-year combined bachelor of science/master of science degree program. This accelerated and rigorous program in mechanical engineering technology will help you finish your advanced degree program faster than in a traditional program. Start planning today to ensure the successful completion of the program.
BENEFITS OF A 3 + 2 PROGRAM
Excellent career prospects: successful completion of the program will provide you with the credentials to take significant leadership roles in a number of MET-intensive professions.
Comprehensive education: you will gain a diverse understanding of the various fundamentals and principles that can be applied in a variety of career settings.
Leadership: you will be prepared to accept additional leadership roles and responsibilities in an engineering technology profession.
Faster completion of requirements: you will complete two degrees approximately one year earlier than in a traditional program, saving you both money and time.
WHAT WILL YOU STUDY?
Undergraduate degree (bachelor of science)
The broad-based curriculum includes courses in:
- Computer-aided drawing and design
- Fluid power
- Heat power
- Manufacturing processes
- Industrial organization
Graduate degree (master of science in technology)
Concentrations include, but are not limited to:
* Advanced manufacturing
* Product innovation and development
* Sustainable energy systems
To guarantee acceptance into the graduate program, you must work with your academic advisor to ensure that you are following the correct plan of study.
During your fourth year of college, you will be able to take up to nine credit hours that apply to both the undergraduate and graduate requirements. It is also possible to use summer sessions for some of the required courses.
Based on the plans of study, you will apply to the Graduate School during your sixth semester of study and when you have junior status. The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is not required for this program. To qualify for admission into the combined degree program, you must maintain a 3.2 overall GPA.