School of Engineering - Graduate Programs
The Coulter School of Engineering offers Master of Science, Master of Engineering, and Ph.D. degrees in each department. There is also an interdisciplinary Engineering Science graduate program managed by the dean of the School of Engineering.
The graduate programs are designed to prepare students for careers in research, development, design, and education. Admission to graduate study will be granted to qualified applicants who hold a baccalaureate degree in engineering from an accredited institution or who have equivalent qualifications. Complete details of the Coulter School of Engineering graduate programs and opportunities are available at http://www.clarkson.edu/engineering/graduate/index.html.
M.S. and Ph.D. Programs
Through the Coulter School of Engineering, Clarkson offers the following Master of Science (M.S.) degrees: chemical, civil, electrical, and mechanical engineering, and engineering science. At the Ph.D. level, students may pursue chemical, civil and environmental, electrical and computer, and mechanical engineering, and engineering science. Interdisciplinary information technology (IT), computer science (MS) and environmental science and engineering (MS, PhD) degrees are also available.
For those interested in an academic or industrial research career, Clarkson’s M.S. and Ph.D. programs in engineering provide an opportunity to pursue leading-edge research and a high degree of specialization. An off-campus Ph.D. program provides opportunity for fully employed students to pursue a Ph.D. in conjunction with their professional work,
For information regarding the admission process, application procedure, degree requirements, and financial assistance, see the Graduate School. To learn more about faculty members and research areas, contact the appropriate department or e-mail email@example.com. Additional information is also available at http://www.clarkson.edu/engineering/graduate/index.html.
The University offers a wide range of opportunities to pursue research interests. See details for each department and the Research and Academic Centers.
A wide range of financial assistance is available to full-time graduate students. Full Research and Teaching Assistantships are available on a limited basis for M.S. and Ph.D. students in engineering. This includes a stipend and full-tuition waiver. Partial tuition scholarships are also available in all areas.
Master of Engineering Program
The Master of Engineering program provides a flexible mixture of engineering practice, design, and specialized coursework. The program includes a minimum of 30 semester hours of graduate credit and is structured to be completed by full time students within one calendar year. The 21 hours minimum of required coursework must include at least 12 credits earned from the Coulter School of Engineering.
Partial tuition scholarships are available for students in the Master of Engineering program.
35 credit hours total
- 10 modules (20 credits)
- 4 electives taken in the spring semester (12 credits)
- Experiential learning or study abroad option available (3 credits)