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Master's Degrees

The Citadel School of Engineering offers four Master's degree programs through The Citadel Graduate College. Please consult each department or program webpage for specific information about the requirements for graduate study in that area.

Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MSCE):

This program will require 30 credit hours where 18 credit hours will be technical and 12 credit hours can be non-technical (finance, acccounting, leadership, program management, etc.). Students have the option to pursue a graduate certificate in conjunction with their MSCE degree.

Students will select technical courses from the following focus areas:

  1. Built Environment and Public Health
  2. Geotechnical Engineering
  3. Structural Engineering
  4. Transportation Engineering

For more information on the MSCE, please contact Dr. Kevin Bower, Department Head for Civil & Environmental Engineering at 843-953-5083.

Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE):

This program will require 30 credit hours where 18 credit hours will be technical while 12 credit hours can be non-technical (finance, accounting, leadership, program management, etc.). Students have the option to pursue a graduate certificate in conjunction with their MSEE degree.

Students will select technical courses from the following technical areas:

  1. Computer Engineering

For more information on the MSEE, please contact Dr. Bob Barsanti, Department Head for Electrical & Computer Engineering at 843-953-5057.

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME):

The Citadel MSME will require 30 credit hours where 18 credit hours will be technical while 12 credit hours can be non-technical (finance, accounting, leadership, program management, etc.). Of the 18 credit hours of technical courses, 12 must be from one of the five technical course categories listed below. The other 6 can be technical hours or from the non-technical course category.

Students have the option to pursue a graduate certificate in conjunction with their MSME degree.

Students will select technical courses from the following technical areas:

  1. Aeronautical
  2. Composites
  3. Manufacturing
  4. Mechatronics
  5. Power & Energy

For more information on the MSME, please contact Dr. Rob Rabb, Program Director for Mechanical Engineering at 843-953-0115.

Master of Science in Project Management (MSPM):

The program provides students with advanced instruction through a rigorous 30-hr curriculum focusing on personal and organizational effectiveness, principled leadership, innovative analytical procedures and solutions to emerging technical resource issues. The program of study is tailored to equip professionals working in industry, governmental agencies, and business to achieve higher levels of effectiveness in managing and leading their organizations in project implementation and team-based, multi-disciplinary initiatives.

The program contains two core curriculum modules focusing on technical project management (4 courses) and principled leadership (2 courses), followed by a choice of emphasis tracks in the student's area of interest (4 courses).

For more information on the MSPM, please contact Dr. Charles Skipper, Department Head for Engineering Leadership & Program Management at 843-953-0115.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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