The Master of Science in Engineering Technology (MSET) program reflects current industry needs and provides opportunity for advanced study in various areas of engineering technology needed by individuals wishing to take the next step in their professions.
To meet these goals the following outcomes have been identified for the Master of Science in Engineering Technology. A graduate of the MSET program must have:
- An ability to apply multidisciplinary knowledge, and modern tools to complex engineering technology activities.
- An ability to apply advanced mathematics, science and engineering technology to business and engineering technology problems as required.
- An ability to design, conduct studies and simulations and apply results to general advanced business and engineering technology problems consistent with program objectives
- An ability to provide project leadership, apply management skills, and support complex decision making.
- The ability to communicate effectively in both technical and general business setting.
- Have an understanding of environmental, social and ethical issues in a worldwide business setting.
Graduates of this program will emerge with the ability to identify and examine conceptual and social dimensions of science and technology. Achieving this capacity at the master's level enhances a range of undergraduate backgrounds or qualifies graduates for government and industry positions that require addressing and managing complex problems with technical and non-technical aspects.