Requirements and Concentrations

The Master of Engineering (MENG) degree emphasizes improvement of essential technical and professional skills, while a traditional Master of Science degree emphasizes research or a comprehensive understanding of a research area. The Master of Engineering program is designed for practicing engineers who are attending classes in the evenings and on part-time basis. The MENG degree is offered at various UConn campuses and on-site at some employers locations. This affords engineers the opportunity for continuing education without workplace interruptions. The program consists of 30 credit hours:

  • 9 credits of Common Core Courses
    • Professional Communication & Information Management – 3 credits
    • Engineering Project Planning & Management – 3 credits
    • Advanced Math/Engineering Analysis – 3 credits
  • 18 credits of Concentration Courses
  • A 3-credit Capstone Project

Currently, MENG concentrations are in: