Academic Catalog
2021-2022

Master of Engineering (General)

Home Department: Graduate School

Available: Off Campus Only

Program Advisor/Contact: 

Dean of the Graduate School & Sponsored Research
4-945 CC, 810-762-9711, gsr@kettering.edu 

Program Overview

The Master of Engineering (General) degree is designed for engineering professionals working in the mobility (automotive) industry. Students can broaden their skill set for subjects including Autonomous Vehicles, Electric Vehicles and Artificial Intelligence. All students must complete two mobility systems fundamentals courses (which two depend on your undergraduate degree), courses on automotive controls and signal processing, two management courses, and four technical courses.

Program Objectives

All graduates of the Master of Engineering (General) program will:

  • Deepen their knowledge and increase their mastery of technical areas in modern automotive system design and development.

  • Be better prepared to advance in positions of technical and/or managerial leadership.

  • Develop their ability to sustain a life-long career in engineering, through continuing self-directed learning and professional development activities.

To receive the Master of Engineering (General) degree a student must complete 30 credit hours of approved graduate work. There is no option for thesis work.

Professional Development Seminars

Students in the MEng (General) program may receive credit for approved professional development seminars taken through either Kettering University or SAE International. Students must complete a total of four Continuing Education Units (CEU’s), which is equivalent to 40 hours of instruction, to receive credit for one course. Students can receive credits for up to two courses.

Graduate Assistantship

 There are no opportunities for graduate assistant positions in the M. Eng. Program.

Program of Study (Total Credit Hours: 30)

Required Courses

Automotive Fundamentals (Students with an undergraduate degree in engineering take the two courses outside of their undergraduate major. Students without an undergraduate engineering degree take all three.)

MENG-6013  Electrical and Computer Engineering Principles for Mobility Systems 
MENG-6023  Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Principles for Mobility Systems 
MENG-6033  Mechanical Engineering Principles for Mobility Systems

Engineering Courses

MENG-6303  Digital Signal Processing Techniques for Automotive Engineering
MENG-6323  Automotive Control Systems 

Management Courses

MENG-6093 Technology Management 
MENG-6193  Project Management

Electives (Select Four)

MENG-6423  Mobile Robotics 
MENG-6523  AI for Autonomous Driving
MENG-6543  Computer Vision for Autonomous Driving
MENG-6843  Internet of Things (IoT) 
MENG-6213  Energy Storage Sys w/ EV App
MENG-6263  Advanced Power Electronics for Vehicle Electrification 
MENG-6463  Vector Control of AC Electric Machines 
MENG-6453  Electrified Vehicle Propulsion
MENG-6823  Machine Learning 
MENG-6813  Artificial Intelligence 
MENG-6523  AI for Autonomous Driving
MENG-6653  Information Retrieval & Data Mining
MENG-6953  Mobility Systems Seminar I
MENG-6963  Mobility Systems Seminar II