- ENGR 57010 Ethics, Technology and the Environment - 3 Credits
- ENGR 60000 Project Management - 3 credits
- ENGR 60001 Quantitative Methods in Technology - 3 credits
- ENGR 60078 Research Methods in Technology - 3 credits
A maximum of 4 semester credit hours earned in graduate workshops may be applied toward degree requirements
A maximum of 9 graduate credits from Individual Investigations may be applied toward degree requirements
A maximum of 12 semester credit hours may be accepted as transfer credits and applied toward degree requirements
Students are required to select the thesis or non-thesis option. The thesis option, recommended for students interested in research and development, allows students to acquire an in-depth knowledge of a narrowly-defined technical area of interest. The non-thesis option is suggested for students who seek a more general curriculum of advanced technical coursework. Those students who choose the thesis option must successfully complete TECH 61199 - Thesis 1 for a total of 6 credit hours.