Doctor of Engineering

Doctor of Engineering

The School of Engineering and Applied Science offers a Doctor of Engineering degree via distance learning.  The program enables professionals who are employed full-time to pursue advanced study in a focused environment alongside other students.

The program consists of 45 credit hours divided into a classroom phase and a research phase.  The classroom phase consists of ten graduate-level, three-credit-hour courses.  The research phase includes a praxis undertaken on a topic related to engineering management, chosen by the student and approved by the advising committee.  Research for the case study comprises 15 credit hours.

Find out more about the program.