Engineering Accelerated Bachelor's-to-Master's Programs

These programs are designed to allow well-qualified students to start a master’s degree while still completing their bachelor's, thus finishing both degrees in a shorter time. These degrees also allow for the crossing of disciplines — earning a B.S. in one field and an M.S. in another, which gives graduates a versatility and breadth of knowledge sought by employers in today’s job market. Students earn the B.S. once all requirements for that degree are met, while still working to complete their M.S.

The accelerated master’s in aerospace engineering enables students to focus on careers in aerodynamics and propulsion, dynamics and control, and structures and materials.

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The accelerated master’s in civil engineering enables students to advance their studies in the enabling infrastructures for transportation, space travel and habitation, and harsh environment survival.

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The accelerated master’s in cybersecurity enables students to focus on careers in the safety-critical software that enables modern avionics and next-generation traffic systems.

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The accelerated master’s in electrical and computer engineering enables students to focus on careers in avionics, sense-and-avoid for unmanned and partially manned systems, and space communications.

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The accelerated master’s in mechanical engineering enables students to focus on careers in unmanned systems, advanced propulsion systems, and environmentally friendly aerospace engineering.

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The accelerated master’s in software engineering enables students to hone their capabilities in the development, management, and integration of large software, and embedded software, systems in safety-critical contexts.

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The accelerated master’s in systems engineering enables students to hone their capabilities in the areas that support and enable large engineering projects, incorporating the concepts of project management, economics, quality assurance, and integration, throughout the lifecycle.

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The accelerated master’s in unmanned and autonomous systems engineering enables students to specialize in the areas of engineering enabling unmanned systems, including control, communications, sensing, and physical form-factor.

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