- Master of Science in Applied Energy & Electromechanical Engineering
- Master of Science in Construction & Facilities Engineering
- Master of Fire Protection & Administration
- Graduate Certificate in Applied Energy
The Department of Engineering Technology & Construction Management offers Master’s level degrees in Applied Energy & Electromechanical Engineering, Construction and Facilities Engineering, and Fire Protection & Administration. The advanced course of study in each program is 30 credit hours, consisting of a set of core courses and major electives. The curricula are designed to provide a balance of theory and application, while allowing students to shape the program to their individual interests and goals. Students have the option to complete an original research project and thesis. Thesis students may count up to 6 credit hours toward the required 30 credit hours.