The Five-Year BS/MS Program allows qualified students to receive a bachelor of science and a master of science in any of the engineering majors in just five years. Students with qualifying grade point averages enroll in the program during their junior year. They begin their thesis research the summer between their junior and senior years. Their research laboratory experience will continue during the summer between their senior and fifth years and throughout their fifth year, culminating in the preparation of a written thesis and defense.
- Master of science. in biomedical engineering (thesis option)
- Master of science in healthcare technologies management (non-thesis degree), offered jointly with the Medical College of Wisconsin
- Master of engineering in biomedical engineering
- Doctorate in biomedical engineering
- Doctorate in functional imaging (jointly offered with the Medical College of Wisconsin)
- Master of science in Civil, Construction and Environmental engineering
- Doctorate in Civil, Construction and Environmental engineering
- Master of science in electrical and computer engineering
- Doctorate in electrical and computer engineering
- Electrical and computer engineering graduate certificates
- Master of science in mechanical engineering
- Master of engineering in mechanical engineering
- Doctorate in mechanical engineering
Complete list of Graduate Degrees offered
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