Online Engineering Master's Degrees
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The University of Wisconsin–Madison's online engineering master degrees allow full-time engineers and technical professionals like you to complete a world-class degree program while you continue to work full time, from anywhere in the world.
An accredited online engineering master's degree from the University of Wisconsin–Madison is respected and valued by employers for providing world-class, in-depth learning and skills.
Master of Engineering Degrees
Master of Engineering degrees help you advance your career, offering a curriculum that is highly applicable to professional work in your field.
Specialize in sustainable systems engineering in the areas of facilities and built environment, energy production and distribution, or infrastructure.
Discover a proven alternative to an MBA for practicing engineers from any field who are seeking to enter an engineering management position and assume broad responsibility for leading engineering groups and projects.
Become a leader in internal combustion engine development projects by learning how to integrate knowledge from thermal sciences, design and mechanics, electronics and controls, applications and service, and manufacturing.
Prepare for advanced professional practice in the polymer industry through an interdisciplinary curriculum in polymer processing, injection molding, rheology, hydrodynamics, and kinetics and catalysis, all based in internationally recognized polymer research.
Learn to read Japanese technical documents and specifications, product manuals, brochures, patents and memos, improving your ability to interact effectively with Japanese counterparts in the technical or business arena.
Master of Science Degrees
Master of Science degrees are research focused, providing an in-depth look into your area of specialty and preparing you to pursue a PhD if you so choose.
Gain applicable and theoretical knowledge in power electronics, including alternative energy, through research and study of technological and conceptual innovations in electrical engineering and computer engineering.
Build in-depth knowledge in topics including thermal science, mechanics, mechatronics and robotics, design and manufacturing, and materials processing. You can also customize your mechanical engineering degree specialization by also taking courses through the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.