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*Source: Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce, The Economic Value of College Majors, 2015

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Mechanical Engineering @ UW–Madison

Mechanical Engineering

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Delivery method: Face-to-face
Time to completion: 1 year
Fall application deadline: December 15

Gain the knowledge and skills to carry out advanced technical work in the mechanical engineering field. From energy systems to medical implants to robotics to advanced manufacturing, this degree can be tailored to provide you with the education that matches your long-term career goals.

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Automotive Engineering

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Delivery method: Face-to-face
Time to completion: 1 year
Fall application deadline: December 15

Guided by a strong hands-on emphasis on in-cylinder energy conversion processes, participate in engine development programs in the automotive, heavy duty, or recreational engine sector.

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Engine Systems

Master of Engineering in Engineering
Delivery method: Online
Time to completion: 3.5 years
Fall application deadline: July 1

Lead the entire internal combustion engine development process, integrating thermal sciences, design and mechanics, electronics and control, and manufacturing.

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Modeling and Simulation in Mechanical Engineering

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Delivery method: Face-to-face
Time to completion: 1 year
Fall application deadline: December 15

Gain computational engineering literacy and a strong modeling and simulation skillset to apply to mechanical engineering applications using high-performance computing, simulation analysis, design optimization, and more.

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Engineering Data Analytics

Master of Engineering in Engineering
Delivery method: Online
Time to completion: 2-3 years
Spring application deadline: November 1
Fall application deadline: July 1

Optimize, analyze, and interpret data to develop innovative engineering solutions and integrate the entire flow of data from collection to storage, and analysis to decisions.

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Engineering Management

Master of Engineering in Engineering
Delivery method: Online
Time to completion: 2-3 years
Spring application deadline: November 1
Summer application deadline: May 1
Fall application deadline: July 1

Take a leadership role and assume broad responsibility for managing groups and projects with this “engineers’ MBA.”

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Foundations of Professional Development

Capstone Certificate
Delivery method: Online
Time to completion: 10 months-5 years
Now accepting applications. Students can start every 8 weeks.

Direct teams, create and deliver dynamic presentations, and incorporate legal, financial, and marketing concepts into any engineering workplace.

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University of Wisconsin–Madison ranked Best Online Graduate Engineering Programs (#9) and Best Engineering Grad Schools (#20) by U.S. News & World Report.