Master of Science in Measurement and Control Engineering

Admission Requirements

The student must meet all criteria for admission and then apply to the Graduate School. In addition, official Graduate School record Examination (GRE) score reports are required for all applicants, with a score equal or above the upper 65th percentile on the Quantitative Reasoning area being required for admission.

General Requirements

With the assistance of the Mechanical Engineering and/or Electrical Engineering faculty, the student shall select an initial advisor during the first semester of residence to help in planning a program of studies and research. The student must also complete a Plan of Study and form a complete advisory committee by the time six credits of course work have been completed.

30 credit hours are required to complete the M.S. degree (at least 50% of the credits should be at the 6600 level). Approximately half of the credits are engineering and technical electives, subject to the approval of the student’s advisory committee. The Thesis or Special Project should consist of study and research that complements the course work selected.  

Required Courses (30 credits)

The following courses are required of every student receiving the master's degree in Measurement and Control Engineering covered by the abbreviated list. 

ME 5521Engineering Modeling, Analysis, and Simulation3
MCE 6642Advanced Control Systems3
MCE 6643Advanced Measurement Methods3
Approved Engineering Electives6
Approved Technical Electives9
ENGR 6650Thesis6
One additional elective course
Special Project 1

 1Students desiring to do the non-thesis option must have a minimum of two years industry experience. In place of the 6-credit thesis, the non-thesis option consists of a 3-credit Special Project in addition to a 3-credit course. At the completion of the Special Project, the student will be required to present an oral presentation/defense of the Project.

Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering and Applied Science

A doctoral program in Engineering and Applied Science, administered through the College of Science and Engineering, is available to engineering students. The complete program description is provided in the Engineering and Applied Science section of the Graduate Catalog.