The M.S. in Applied Energy and Electromechanical Engineering (AEEE) degree provides an opportunity for discipline-specific and multidisciplinary graduate level education. Advanced coursework and research are used to enhance professional development, improve technical competency, and initiate a lifelong learning experience.
Full-time students typically take three semesters to complete the program. The AEEE degree is a 30-hour Engineering program. (The program is in an approved STEM field that allows international graduates to apply for OPT extension).
Starting in Fall 2022, updated curriculum:
The AEEE program currently has the highest Master's degree compensation packages for Research Assistantships (RA) and Teaching Assistantships (TA) in the College of Engineering. TAs and RAs are available on a competitive basis; students are not considered for compensation packages until after they are formally accepted to the program.
Graduate catalog page:
Aidan F Browne, Ph.D
Office: Smith 339