Distance Education: 11 graduate degree programs and 3 certificates available online
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→ Master of Science in Computer Science
Students may earn a Master of Science degree in Computer Science or a Master of Science degree in Computer Science with Specialization in Information Technology through cooperation with the Information Technology faculty.
→ PhD in Computer Science
Students of exceptional ability as demonstrated in previous coursework are encouraged to pursue a doctor of philosophy degree; individuals with substantial experience in industrial research and development may also apply to the doctoral program. The current research programs of the department include artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data and cloud computing, computer security, privacy, computer networking, sensor networks, parallel computation, distributed computing, mobile computing, software engineering, databases, knowledge-based systems, visualization, computational theory, and computer science education.
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→ Graduate Certificate in Cybersecurity
The Cybersecurity Graduate Certificate offers graduate students and post‐ baccalaureate professionals an opportunity to build and strengthen their capabilities in cybersecurity for academic and professional work. The 12 credit hours of coursework required for the certificate include the foundational overview of cybersecurity and in addition allow the student to focus on cybersecurity courses that are of particular interest.
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→ Master of Engineering Management
The Master of Engineering Management (MEM) is a challenging 30-hour master’s degree program specifically designed for those professionals who have completed their undergraduate degrees, are working engineers, applied scientists, or technologists, and who have an interest in furthering their careers in management.
→ Graduate Certificate in Technology Leadership
This graduate certificate program prepares science, engineering and technology professionals to lead project teams and organizations through the complex environment of change. The rapid pace of technology innovation requires leaders who possess the knowledge, skills and vision to guide their organizations through the process with an understanding of strategic and operational issues and their solutions.
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→ Professional Master in Hydrology
The Professional Master in Hydrology degree is aimed at working professionals or students who wish to increase their qualifications in the hydrologic sciences. The Professional Master Program in Hydrology covers fundamentals of atmospheric, surface, and subsurface hydrology while leaving the flexibility to focus on related areas of particular individual interest. This coursework‐only degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of graduate-level and upper division coursework.
→ Graduate Certificate in Hydrology
The Hydrology Program within the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences offers a 15-Credit Graduate Certificate program in Hydrology via distance education.
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→ Master of Science in Materials Engineering
The Master of Science prepares students for high quality research (and is often preferred for admission into PhD programs around the country).
→ Master of Engineering in Materials Engineering
The Master of Engineering degree prepares students for a productive career as practicing engineers.
→ PhD in Materials Engineering
The prospective doctoral candidate should develop a good background in materials sciences, chemistry, physics and mathematics, in addition to achieving a high level of competence in a specialized area of materials. Programs are arranged by the prospective student and the student’s advisory committee.
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→ Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering Department administers the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering degree for those students wanting to pursue an advanced degree in mechanical engineering. This degree requires the completion and defense of a thesis.
There are currently four areas of specialization for this degree:
- Specialization in Explosives Engineering
- Specialization in Fluid and Thermal Sciences
- Specialization in Mechatronics Systems Engineering
- Specialization in Solid Mechanics
→ Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
Similar to the Master of Science degree, but coursework-based; no thesis required.
→ PhD in Mechanical Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering Department administers the degree Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering with Dissertation in Intelligent Energetic Systems for those students wanting to pursue a doctoral degree in Mechanical Engineering. This degree program allows students to focus their studies on the intersection of explosives/energetics and smart systems engineering. Graduates of the program often seek employment within the defense, energy and aerospace industries, and develop into research & development leaders in these fields. Applicants to the program are expected to hold a BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Applicants with a BS degree in a related Engineering or Science field will be considered, however, these applicants must demonstrate competence in mathematics and the basic undergraduate mechanics offered in a typical mechanical engineering curriculum, such as differential equations, thermodynamics, mechanics of materials, and engineering dynamics.
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→ Master of Science for Teachers
The Master of Science for Teachers Program is a unique graduate program in which educators may obtain an MST degree in a content-oriented environment.
Recorded lectures allow working students to view them whenever and wherever they wish.
Coursework emphasizes laboratory and field exercises as students review traditional science and math skills, as well as explore recent advances in these fields.