The online master’s degrees in engineering at Michigan State University empower engineers with the knowledge they need to shape the future of their careers as well as that of the global technology community.
MSU’s College of Engineering offers a uniquely collaborative atmosphere where students develop close professional relationships with faculty and benefit from a multi-disciplinary education. As an R1 research institution with faculty members who have pioneered new technologies and advanced the world’s collective engineering knowledge, MSU engineering delivers a blend of academic rigor, mentorship, and a depth of expertise that few other engineering master’s programs can match.
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MSU Online Engineering Master’s Degrees
Our online programs are designed for engineers with a passion for their work and who are driven to take ownership over their educations and their careers. As an MSU engineering student, you will be challenged to push the boundaries of your knowledge, but you will have the full support of a top-tier education and research institution as well as dedicated expert faculty.
Master of Science in Electrical Engineering
Our online M.S. in Electrical Engineering is designed to prepare graduates for the challenges of modern electrical engineering and equip engineers with advanced knowledge in topics such as electromagnetic fields, signal processing, robotics, autonomous vehicles, computer architecture, and power control and systems.
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Our online M.S. in Mechanical Engineering helps engineers position themselves for success—not only in the classroom, but in transforming their disciplines. Students may pursue coursework in a number of areas, including thermal sciences, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, design and optimization, advanced manufacturing, energy, and dynamical systems.