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The Master of Engineering and Master of Science (Non-Thesis) have identical requirements and are intended for students who seek a Master’s degree to prepare them for engineering practice. A minimum of 30 semester credit hours of approved courses is required for the Master of Engineering degree (MEng) and the Master of Science (Non-Thesis).

Graduates from our program are recruited to work in private consulting firms, large engineering firms, city and state government positions, and federal government laboratories. Students generally complete the degree requirements in 12 to 16 months.

Students must take 9 hours in both the fall and spring semesters to have full-time student status. A complete discussion of university requirements is found in the current Texas A&M University Graduate Catalog.

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Each student will be assigned a faculty graduate advisor, who will assist M. Eng. and M.S. Non-Thesis students with selecting courses, submitting degree plans and petitions, meeting all of the requirements for successful completion of the graduate degree and general professional mentoring. The 30-hour coursework requirement for M.Eng. and M.S. Non-Thesis students includes 9 hours of foundational coursework, 3-6 hours of Math, Science, Business or Law Electives, 12 hours of focused technical electives, and 3-6 hours of additional electives.