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Master of Engineering

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The Master of Engineering degree at the University of Cincinnati now offers five concentrations that cross disciplines and give you a valuable focus in emerging areas including . . .

  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Artificial Intelligence & Cyber Security
  • Robotics and Automation
  • Aero-Systems Operations

Be at the forefront of one of these fields in as little as one year.

The Master of Engineering degree

 

A Master of Engineering (MEng) degree is designed for those seeking to expand their skills for the technical workforce while also developing professional skills that enhance their organizational effectiveness. It differs from a master of science degree in that it is focused on direct industry application more than research.

Learn more
Eugene Rutz
Director of Master of Engineering Program
rutzee@ucmail.uc.edu
(513) 556-1096

Your Next starts with a Master of Engineering from UC.

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The degree for you.

The MEng degree offers flexibility in selecting courses that help you meet your career goals. You will focus on a particular concentration like Additive Manufacturing, but you can take courses from multiple disciplines if that’s what you need for your career. You can also add courses related to leadership and project management.

Individuals with backgrounds in aerospace engineering, electrical engineering, materials science and mechanical engineering will be well prepared for these programs - so will students with technology degrees in electrical and mechanical engineering. Individuals with degrees in physics, math and some other engineering disciplines will also have the backgrounds needed to be successful.

The MEng program can take as little as one year to complete. Part-time and online options are available for some areas. You will advance your knowledge in one of the next hot engineering areas.