Master of Science

The Department of Engineering Technology at the University of North Texas is offering a program leading to a Master of Science in Engineering Systems (MSES) to current students through the Summer 2016 semester. Effective Fall 2013, the program will be renamed Master of Science in Engineering Technology (MSET).

MSES (MSET) candidates can choose a thesis plan or a non-thesis plan:

  • The 30-semester-hour thesis option consists of six semester hours of thesis credit and 24 semester hours of graduate course work. View MSES thesis degree requirements in the UNT Catalog. The MSET degree plan will appear in the 2014-2015 catalog. You can view the new MSET thesis degree plans below.
  • The 33-semester-hour non-thesis options consist of three semester hours of project-in-lieu-of-thesis and 30 semester hours of graduate course work. View MSES non-thesis degree requirements in the UNT Catalog. The MSET degree plan will appear in the 2014-2015 catalog. You can view the new MSET non-thesis degree plans below.

The MSES and MSET degrees offer the following concentrations: 

MSES Degree Plans 
(Through Summer 2016)
MSET Degree Plans 
(Beginning Fall 2013)

Construction Management (MSES)

Construction Management (MSET)

Electrical Systems (MSES)

Electrical Systems (MSET)

Engineering Management (MSES)

Engineering Management (MSET)

Mechanical Systems (MSES)

Mechanical Systems (MSET)

Each student's program is planned under the direction of a chosen major professor prior to completion of the first semester of graduate study. The student will be admitted to candidacy when the degree plan is approved by the graduate dean.


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