The Continuing & Distance Engineering Education (CDEE) program at the University of Connecticut School of Engineering gives students the ability to pursue a masters level degree in several engineering concentrations, to improve their skills in cutting-edge subject areas through our certificate programs or to develop in-depth knowledge in areas tailored to their needs or the needs of their employers.
The CDEE program delivers coursework after normal business hours, at several sites around the state and requested, at corporate locations. Our goal is to provide high level instruction that is relevant, accessible, convenient, and affordable for a wide range of students.
The CDEE program delivers coursework required by graduate students toward completion of their degrees; courses of interest to students who wish to expand their knowledge of specific subjects, either for credit or not for credit; and courses for practitioners and students who are interested in advancing their knowledge of specific subjects in a non-degree path.
In summary, the CDEE program offers:
- Master of Engineering (MENG) Degree
- Certificate Programs
- Graduate Courses (Non-degree)
- Corporate Education (Customized Training & Development)