Master of Science
The Department of Engineering Technology at the University of North Texas is one of about 25 departments in the US that offers a program leading to a Master of Science in Engineering Technology (MSET). Full-time students may be able to complete the degree plan in 3 semesters. The following degree options are offered:
- A 30-semester-hour thesis option consisting of 24 semester hours of graduate course work plus a 6-credit Thesis completed with MSET 5950 typically in two consecutive semesters.
- A 33-semester-hour non-thesis option consisting of 30 semester hours of graduate course work and one of two choices:
- Project-Option: a 3-credit Project completed with MSET 5930 typically in the last semester.
- Course-Only Option: a 3-hour integrative course that depends on your concentration area.
Normally, students are initially admitted to the 33-hour Course-Only Option. After the first or second semester and based on academic performance and availability of funded projects, students may transfer to the Project or Thesis options. A list of recent faculty scholarship and student Projects and Theses is found at http://engineering.unt.edu/technology/research
The MSET degree is offered in the following concentrations:
|MSET Degree Plans|
The Electrical Systems (ELSY) master’s program builds on a Digital Technology core knowledge that advances you for immediate employment in virtually any industry. In addition to courses in project management and in advanced math and statistics analytical preparedness, the following courses constitute the technical core of ELSY:
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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