About Our Program
The MS in Engineering (MSE) at Oregon Tech is designed to prepare engineering professionals with advanced knowledge and skills in high-demand multidisciplinary fields who are ready to assume a broad range of technical and leadership roles.
The MSE is a multidisciplinary program designed as a highly customizable and modular MS engineering degree, which enables students to choose coursework from multiple disciplines to design specialties typically not available in the classical engineering MS degrees.
The flexibility in the MS in Engineering degree ensures a relevant, up-to-date educational experience, and the ability to meet urgent industry needs in multidisciplinary technical fields. The program is designed to provide maximum flexibility while maintaining academic rigor.
Oregon Tech currently offers a multidisciplinary MS in Engineering degree (MSE) where students take courses in Systems Engineering, Research Methods & Innovation (covering peer-reviewer research, IP fundamentals, and technology commercialization), as well as engineering specialization courses from the various engineering disciplines.
Additionally, students can choose to focus on a particular technical field. These include the following MSE specialty degrees:
- MSE in Systems Engineering
- MSE in Optical Engineering
- MSE in Embedded Systems Engineering & Interconnected Devices
For more information, consult the MSE Program Presentation. The MSE Systems Engineering can be completed fully online. The MSE in Optical Engineering and the MSE in Embedded Systems Engineering & Interconnected Devices are available at the Wilsonville Campus.
|Graduate Programs ||Online ||Blended/Wilsonville |
|Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) ||X ||X |
|Concurrent Bachelor Degree in Engineering and Masters of Science in Engineering (MSE) || |
|MSE in Systems Engineering ||X ||X |
|MSE in Optical Engineering || ||X |
|MSE in Embedded Engineering & Interconnected Devices || |
- Meet the Oregon Tech Graduate Admission Requirements
- Bachelor's degree in engineering, physical science, or related technical field (depending on specialty).
- Show Evidence of:
- potential for graduate level academic work
- work experience or potential for success in industry
- demonstrated interest in selected area of specialty. This evidence is to be provided as part of a personal statement, resume, and two reference evaluations for graduate admissions.
Letters of Recommendation can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org from the evaluator's professional email account. Letters can be from professors, academic advisors, work supervisors, and mentors. They should be focused on assessing the applicant's potential as an engineering student at the graduate level (MS), as well as the professional success or potential for future professional success. The reference letters should be between 1 and 2 pages long.
MSE Degree Requirements
- Minimum Credit Requirement: 45 credits (12-15 graduate courses, quarter system)
- Specialization Credit Requirement: 15 or more (4 to 5 specialization courses)
- Residency Requirement: 30 or more credits at Oregon Tech
- Completion of Approved Plan of Study:
- Defined Specialty (Specified Plan of Study)
- Custom Specialty with Advisory Committee Approval (Advisor(s), Program Director, Department Chair)