What is the Master of Engineering Program?
- The Master of Engineering Program:
- Offers a professional graduate engineering degree
from the Case School of Engineering
- Provides engineering professionals with an opportunity
to broaden their understanding of the practice of engineering
in today's business environment
- Creates a learning environment which addresses
critical competencies needed to enhance technical skills, business
acumen and personal effectiveness in the workplace
- Emphasizes excellence -- in education, in our
faculty, in student support and quality of student colleagues
- Offers evening and remote accessibility to core
and elective graduate courses of the Program curriculum
- Helps practicing engineers better prepare themselves
for technical and business challenges.
How is the Master of Engineering degree
different from a Master of Science degree?
The Master of Engineering is a practice oriented
degree, not a research oriented degree. As such, a thesis is
not required for the Master of Engineering degree. Instead,
students complete a set of six core courses specifically designed
to address the practice of engineering in today's business environment.
In addition, students will enhance their technical competence
by selecting four elective courses in a chosen discipline of