College of Engineering (Graduate)

Craig J. Hoff, Ph.D., P.E.

Dean of the College of Engineering
3-105 AB, 810-762-9856
coe@kettering.edu

Graduate Programs

The Master of Science in Engineering is a professional master program that builds on an undergraduate engineering program by offering additional depth and greater mastery in a number of technical areas.​

  • The Automotive Systems specialty is intended for individuals who desire a deeper understanding and knowledge of the engineering operations of various systems on vehicles. Courses range from powertrain and engine components to design for safety and comfort. Students select courses that ensure a customized program that best meets their individual and career needs. This program has a thesis option.
  • The Computer Engineering concentration is a research-intensive on-campus program designed to deepen students’ understanding of computer engineering and to develop their skills in independent research. Courses within the computer engineering specialty include digital systems design, real-time embedded systems, mobile robotics and haptic systems. This program has a thesis requirement.
  • The concentration in Electrical & Computer Engineering is designed for individuals who wish to acquire a deeper understanding and applied knowledge of engineering principles. This program affords a possibility for students to specialize in modern applications of electronics, electrical systems, and computer networking.  In addition, the program provides an opportunity to learn business and financial management concepts which are valuable to practicing engineers. This program has a thesis option.
  • The concentration in Electrical Engineering is a research-intensive on-campus program designed for individuals who wish to deepen their understanding of electrical engineering principles and applications and to develop their skills in independent research. Students study topics such as digital systems, electric machine design, fuel cell system integration and packaging, and robot dynamics and control. This program has a thesis requirement.
  • The concentration in Mechanical Engineering  program is designed for individuals who wish to deepen their understanding of mechanical engineering principles and applications and to develop their skills in independent research. Students can study a variety of topics including fuel cells, engineering optimization, green energy conversion, and mechanics of materials. This program has a thesis option.