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Our engineering graduate options offer highly qualified students the opportunity to continue their engineering studies with the support of dedicated faculty, research opportunities and access to the latest technology in our labs and centers. For additional information on the programs below, please visit the Graduate Bulletin.*
Each of the departments in the Opus College of Engineering at Marquette University offers programs that allow highly qualified students to complete a bachelor of science and master of science degree in five calendar years (six years for students enrolled in the Cooperative Education Program). By increasing course loads slightly junior year and/or by taking courses in the summer of junior and/or senior years, qualified students may be able to complete the bachelor's degree on schedule in four years and the master of science degree at the end of five calendar years.
Students intending to pursue one of these programs should begin planning at the end of sophomore year. Formal application to the program takes place during the second term of junior year. See individual departments for details.
Take the next step in your engineering career and have the skills to lead organizations through the challenges and complexities facing the world.
We recognize the importance for flexibility of a graduate certificate. That’s why we offer students the opportunity to take courses part-time or full-time. Students will also have a unique opportunity to take 12 credits for the tuition cost of 10 credits, saving significant money; perhaps more for those with employers offering tuition remission. For more information, visit the Graduate School or learn more about our certificate offerings:
*There is a new Bulletin edition for each academic year. The Marquette University Bulletins outline current policies for all students and curricular requirements for those students entering Marquette in a given academic year. Refer to the section on how to use the Bulletin for more information.