Graduate Level (Master's) Academic Programs

Kettering University’s graduate programs include several Master’s degrees that are offered in a variety of delivery formats to both on and off campus students. While many of our programs are available through distance learning methods to off-campus students, on-campus graduate students can select from many top-quality programs available at our campus in Flint, Michigan. Students can select from programs that are available as part-time evening classes, full-time day classes, or Bachelor/Master offering that allows Kettering University undergraduates to earn a graduate degree.

Kettering University has been offering graduate programs to on and off campus students since 1982. Each program is designed to prepare future leaders for a global workplace with ‘first-class education that reflects the real world.’ Many students are able to complete a program in less than two years since most programs only require ten core classes for completion (prerequisites and other criteria may apply to some programs). Our graduate programs leverage nationally-ranked faculty who are recognized for their commitment to practical education. Kettering University has long been admired by educational peers and businesses as a leader in developing top engineers and corporate managers.

Master’s Degree Programs and Concentrations

  1. Business Administration (MBA)
    Concentrations
    • General
    • Global Leadership
    • Supply Chain Management
    • Technology Management
  2. Master of Science in Engineering (MSEN), with a Concentration in:
  3. Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSEM)
  4. Master of Science in Lean Manufacturing (MSLM)
  5. Master of Science in Operations Management (MSOM)

Certificate Programs