School of Engineering

Masters

Prepares students for careers in the emerging and high-growth fields of data science and Big Data. It combines in-depth understanding with hands-on skills, technologies, techniques, and analysis tools for data science. Graduates of this program will have the theoretical, practical, and comprehensive knowledge to manage and analyze large-scale, complex data to enable efficient data-driven discoveries and decisions.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Master of Electrical Engineering program is for those interested in advanced engineering concepts. Study is hands-on and industry oriented. Courses cover the areas of Power Systems - legacy, alternative, and distributed - and Power Electronics plus Electric Machines, Communications, Networks & Signals, Controls, and Embedded Systems

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 12
Categories: traditional

The MS Degree in Information Technology provides students with relevant, practical and applicable knowledge in Information Technology and Information Systems. The program provides students with the appropriate mix of technical, professional and business skills. Graduates of this program will be equipped to bridge the gap between roles in software development/management and software technology infrastructure. Although helpful, you do not have to have a background in computing to apply.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 9
Categories: traditional

The Manufacturing Engineering program offers professionals with engineering, science or liberal arts backgrounds an opportunity to strengthen their engineering management and leadership skills. Students learn to view their organizations as systems - networks of customers, technologies, markets, distribution channels and people. 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.

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 15
Categories: traditional

Mechanical Engineering is a technical Masters program for those interested in advanced engineering concepts and tools. Study covers the areas of Energy and Power Systems, Fluids and Heat Transfer, Engineering Thermodynamics, Product Design, Modeling and Simulation, Project Management and Manufacturing.

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 12
Categories: traditional

Students in this program will learn how to interpret and apply a very broad array of current regulatory requirements for medical devices and combination products. They will also acquire skills allowing them to implement future changes in regulations, guidance documents and standards.

Total Program Credits: 33
Elective Credits: 6
Categories: traditional

Focusing on current software engineering concepts and methodologies, a master's degree in Software Engineering provides an opportunity for the hands-on developer to enhance their expertise in systems software development and applied research. Although helpful, you do not have to have a background in computing to apply.

Total Program Credits: 42
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

This program provides students with the most relevant, practical, and applicable knowledge available in software engineering as well as taking business classes from the Evening UST MBA program. This gives our graduates both management and software engineering skills to analyze business situations and propose, plan and manage rigorous software development strategies and efforts to fulfill organizational objectives. Although helpful, you do not have to have a background in computing to apply.

Total Program Credits: 42
Elective Credits: 18
Categories: traditional

Systems Engineering is 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.

Total Program Credits: 30
Elective Credits: 12
Categories: traditional

At St. Thomas, Technology Management develops leaders – leaders with skills, knowledge, and vision. It also goes the next step, ensuring that those leaders not only have the engineering competence to know what needs doing but also have the personal confidence and initiative to make it happen. Armed with technological know-how, technology managers are skilled at assessing the situation and asking the right questions to understand the challenge, and developing and applying solutions.

Total Program Credits: 36
Elective Credits: 9
Categories: traditional

Certificate Programs

An individually designed course of study for software professionals who have already obtained a master's degree in software development or engineering, computer science or equivalent.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Organizations need to manage Big Data as they continue to capture, store, search, share, visualize and analyze massive, unstructured, and complicated data sets. In response to the growing demand to manage Big Data across all sectors (private, public, government and academic), the Graduate Programs in Software department has created the Graduate Certificate in Big Data. This certificate will allow professionals to understand these massive datasets by having the analytics skills needed to work in this high demand field.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Designed for professionals seeking to advance their career or planning a career change as business analysts, systems analysts, project analysts, project managers, software engineers, or quality assurance analysts... Students may use these courses as a base for completing a MS degree from Graduate Programs in Software.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Explore topics like cryptography, computer forensics, security protocols, firewalls, intrusion detection, and honeypots. Students may use these courses as a base for completing a M.S. degree from Graduate Programs in Software.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The Center for Pre-Collegiate Engineering Education prepares future and current P-12 educators to teach engineering and increase their students' technical literacy in an increasing complex world

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Designed for professionals who wish to better understand software design and development. Students may use courses as a base for completing a MS degree from Graduate Programs in Software.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology Management offers a Manufacturing Leadership Certificate designed to meet the needs of those wanting to improve manufacturing quality and methods by managing people and the supply chain more effectively. We recommend that students have a basic manufacturing knowledge.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology Management offers a Manufacturing Systems Certificate designed to meet the needs of those who want a basic understanding of manufacturing systems and methods.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology Management offers a Medical Device Certificate designed to meet the needs of this rapidly growing industry. A committee of medical industry professionals and UST faculty developed the curriculum to support the unique needs of people currently working in or just beginning a career in this industry. As with any rapidly growing industry, applied education that can be put to use immediately is extremely important. The Medical Device Certificate offers applied education in the common areas of medical device development and manufacture.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

Designed for professionals interested in state-of-the-art knowledge in software development. Student may use these courses as a base for completing a MS degree from Graduate Programs in Software.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional

The University of St. Thomas Graduate Programs in Engineering and Technology Management offers a Technology Leadership Certificate designed to meet the needs of those wanting to improve manufacturing quality and methods by managing people and the supply chain more effectively. We recommend that students have a basic manufacturing knowledge.

Total Program Credits: 0
Elective Credits: 0
Categories: traditional