Colorado State University announced July 12 that it is now offering a master’s degree in electrical and computer engineering, and a master’s degree in mechanical engineering with an engineering management concentration.
The Master of Engineering in Electrical and Computer Engineering requires 30 credits for completion focusing on computer engineering, power and energy engineering, and systems engineering. Students will earn 21 engineering credits and nine business credits in courses including computer organizations and design, computer architecture, Internet engineering, power electronics, electric power quality, engineering risk analysis, and information technology and project management.
The Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering- Engineering Management Specialization requires 30 hours of coursework in engineering project management and maintenance; business analysis, communication, finance, and marketing; systems engineering foundations and architecture; and procurement and supply change management. Students in this program will earn 21 credits in engineering and nine hours in business, in courses including engineering maintenance process; reliability engineering; simulation modeling and experimentation; quantitative business analysis; organizational communication; and financial principles and practice.
Tuition for the master’s in electrical and computer engineering is $957 per credit, or nearly $30,000 total. Tuition for the engineering management master’s degree is either $675 or $957 per credit, ranging from $20,250 to nearly $30,000.
Colorado State also offers online master’s degrees in similar fields, such as biomedical engineering, civil engineering, computer information systems, computer science, mechanical engineering, and systems engineering.
Colorado State is regionally accredited by The Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges.
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