Why this degree?

The non-thesis, interdisciplinary Master of Engineering is tailored to fit each student's specific needs. This customized degree is designed to allow students to complete courses across a variety of engineering disciplines.

You are eligible to apply if...

  • You have a bachelor's degree in engineering from an institution of recognized standing (transcripts required).
    • Exceptions to this may be approved if the student has the background needed to succeed in the graduate engineering courses that would be taken as part of this degree.
  • You submit three letters of recommendation (required). 
  • The GRE is not required. 
  • Each prospective student must submit a proposed plan of study to Maria Auad, professor and associate dean for graduate studies and faculty development, prior to submitting an application. 

To complete the program you must...

  • Complete a minimum of 30 credit hours of graduate-level course work, which may include the following:
    • 30 hours of 6000-level and above engineering courses
    • A minimum of 21 hours of 6000-level and above engineering courses
      • 9 hours may be completed outside of the College of Engineering (may include the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business) 
  • Courses may be completed in any of the following engineering disciplines:
    • Aerospace
    • Chemical
    • Civil
    • Computer Science and Software
    • Electrical and Computer
    • Industrial and Systems
    • Materials 
    • Mechanical

 *View complete engineering course lists and course descriptions. Graduate courses are those listed as level ”6000” and up. Those that are also offered online have a corresponding listing with a course section beginning in "D" (e.g., INSY 6330 Dxx). The course section will change from term to term. 

What can you expect?

  • Once admitted into Auburn Engineering's graduate online program, you will work with Dr. Maria Auad to create a plan of study:

Applying for the Master of Engineering