Graduate Programs

Engineering Technology & Construction Management offers master’s degrees in applied energy and electromechanical engineering, construction and facilities engineering, and fire protection and safety management. You can also pursue the graduate certificate in applied energy, either as a standalone credential or in conjunction with a graduate degree. Coursework for the certificate can typically be applied toward either the master’s in applied energy and electromechanical engineering or the master’s in construction and facilities engineering.

Each degree program includes a blend of core courses and electives, so you can craft a program that suits your academic and research interests. You’ll complete either a research project or a thesis, moving you beyond typical classroom or lab work and into the area of original analysis.