Master’s Programs: Overview

Master’s degrees are offered in the following fields of Engineering:

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

The master’s degree in Electrical Engineering trains people to succeed in the following industries: energy (utilities, commercial power, alternative energy), power transmission and distribution, power electronics, electrical design, manufacturing, product design, controls, mechatronics, and robotics. Courses cover the areas of Power Systems - legacy, alternative, and distributed - and Power Electronics plus Electric Machines, Communications, Networks & Signals, Controls, and Embedded Systems.

Master of Science in Manufacturing Systems – (Manufacturing Operations)

The Manufacturing Operations program offers professionals with engineering, science or liberal arts backgrounds an opportunity to strengthen their operations management and leadership skills. Through study of best practices and ideas in the context of real-world manufacturing and service systems, students gain the skills and confidence to handle daily operations and make better decisions.

Master of Manufacturing Systems Engineering – (Manufacturing Engineering)
The Manufacturing Engineering program offers practicing engineers an opportunity to prepare for manufacturing systems leadership positions through advanced study of technical and management subjects. Coursework focuses on manufacturing design, engineering problem solving and decision making and able to create a competitive advantage in the workplace.

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is a master's degree program for those interested in advanced engineering concepts and tools. Courses cover areas such as energy and power systems, fluids and heat transfer, product design, modeling and simulation, materials, and manufacturing.

Master of Science in Regulatory Science

Designed for those interested in transitioning into the field of Regulatory Science. It is also intended for new regulatory professionals who recognize the need to acquire a broader understanding of regulatory requirements and how to achieve them. The program covers submissions, clinical studies, quality systems, international submissions, device manufacturing, combination products and other regulatory topics.

Master of Science in Software Engineering

Focusing on current software engineering concepts and methodologies, the Master of Science Degree in Software Engineering provides an opportunity for scientific, technical and sophisticated commercial and large-scale systems software professionals to enhance their expertise. This program is the preferred track for software architects, designers, and developers.

Master of Science in Systems Engineering

Systems Engineering: an applications-oriented Master’s program designed to enable the student to transition from the role of a domain-expert Engineer to a Systems Engineer, and is intended for people who need to design, develop and manage large and complex systems in industry. Major emphasis is placed on System Design, Verification & Validation, Simulation, and Project Management.

Master of Science in Technology Management

Technology Management: a well-designed Master’s program for those interested in successfully leading technology driven companies.    The program explores Finance & Accounting, Quality, Team & Project Management, Risk Assessment, Intellectual Property, Enterprise Systems, Tech Forecasting, and Leadership.

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Joyce Taylor

Graduate Programs Coordinator
Phone Number: 651-962-5756
jataylor1@stthomas.edu