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Earning a Master of Science (M.S.) degree in Interdisciplinary Engineering accommodates accomplished engineering students whose research interests cross engineering disciplines and/or colleges. The program also allows students to develop unique expertise in emerging areas that may not be covered by traditional departmental degree programs.

Degree Requirements

Students must comply with the requirements for the program, outlined in the graduate catalog. Students work with their research advisory committee to identify courses for their degree plan and establish an interdisciplinary research study leading to a thesis.

  • A minimum of 30 semester credit hours of approved (600 level) courses and research is required for the thesis option. 
  • Additional courses beyond the minimum will be determined by the student's chair/committee in consultation with the director of ITDE. 
  • Successfully complete MATH 601 or STAT 601. 

How to Apply

All applicants should apply through EngineeringCAS.  


Angie Dunn

  • Program Specialist IV, Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering
  • Interim Graduate Advisor, Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering
Angie Dunn