Texas Tech University's online Master of Engineering is an interdisciplinary degree program designed for practicing engineers. Students can choose one of several tracks within the various engineering disciplines or design their own program of study by combining credits from several different engineering programs, ensuring that students gain a well-rounded knowledge of the engineering field.
Although there is no application deadline, prospective students are encouraged to submit all application materials at least three months prior to projected initial enrollment.
Courses are offered online. Use of specific hardware and software is required. Learn more.
Due to its interdisciplinary nature, the Master of Engineering program does not require specific major and minor subjects. However, the program does allow up to six hours of course work to be taken outside of engineering, upon the approval of the graduate advisor. Students in the Master of Engineering program do not have any language or tool-subject requirements. Every candidate for a Masters Degree is required to pass a final comprehensive examination. Students will write a report and complete 33 hours of coursework and three hours of a reports course. Learn more.
Contact the program coordinator by phone.