Master of Engineering

The Master of Engineering degree is a practice-oriented, interdisciplinary degree designed to meet the needs of students who are interested in furthering a career in engineering with a business/management emphasis. The student will select his/her own program in consultation with the program advisor of the respective department subject to the guidelines listed below. In addition to the course requirements, the student is required to complete a design project and a final written report. This phase of the program introduces the student to the problems and solutions faced by practicing engineers. The program is designed for both the industrial professional who is seeking a career enhancement and also to the new baccalaureate graduate who wants to continue to study in order to be able to enter the work force with well-defined and honed professional skills.

The faculty responsible for directing this program are:

Dr. Chris Mi, Professor and Chair, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Dr. John Abraham, Professor and Chair, Department of Mechanical Engineering

Dr. Janusz Supernak, Professor and Interim Chair, Department of Civil, Construction, and Environmental Engineering

Dr. Ping Lu, Professor and Chair, Department of Aerospace Engineering

In addition to sending materials to Graduate Admissions, the following should also be mailed or delivered to:

Graduate Advisor
Master of Engineering Program
College of Engineering
San Diego State University
5500 Campanile Drive
San Diego, CA 92182-1326

(1) Personal statement of graduate program goals
(2) Letters of recommendation (optional)

For questions regarding the Master of Engineering, please contact Arlene Gibson: agibson2@sdsu.edu