Graduate Engineering

Masters Programs

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You may work on: bridges, buildings, harbors, highways, construction, piers, pipelines, reservoirs, site planning, tunnels, Navy Seabees, and water and wastewater treatment plants. The possibilities are almost endless.

Master in Civil Engineering

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Relevant and practical research and close connections with industry. You may specialize in Signal and Systems, Robotics and Mechatronic Systems or Computer Engineering.

Master in Electrical & Computer Engineering

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Advanced environmental engineering studies in water, wastewater and hazardous waste treatment, pollution prevention, and other environmental topics.

Master in Environmental Engineering

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Focus on entrepreneurship, manufacturing systems, mechatronics, thermal/fluid systems, alternative energy conversion and vehicle systems.

Master in Mechanical Engineering

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Study product development methods and business practices and learn the special blend of engineering and management skills.

Master of Science in Product Development

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Design, develop, test and maintain high quality and reliable software systems.

Master of Science in Software Engineering

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Study technical and business relationships across a wide range of topics, including technical, economic and environmental.

Master of Science in Technical Management

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Many of our graduate programs are geared toward the full-time professional. Check out our Professional Programs information.

  

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Graduate Certificates (below) can be completed in one year and stack towards a full Master of Science in Technical Management or Master of Product Development Degree.

Graduate Certificates

Flexible and stackable online certificate programs that can stand alone or be applied toward a full masters degree.
student working on electric car model Build the next generation of advanced electric vehicles.

Advanced Electric Vehicles

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Hands-on practice working with different data types. Identify new ways to inform decision making based on measurable performance analytics.

Applied Data Science

smart cars icon Learn the technical skills and systems knowledge needed to develop self-driving vehicles and Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS). 

Smart Autonomous Vehicles

guy at computer Study the latest technologies in automotive, mobility and manufacturing industries.

Systems Engineering

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Six Sigma Concentration

Doctor of Philosophy Degrees (Ph.D.)

Our high-quality programs delivered in flexible formats and delivery methods provide the re-skilling and up-skilling we hear our industry partners asking for. The engaged mentoring our faculty provide give a real competitive advantage to those looking to advance their careers.

— Katherine Snyder, dean of the College of Engineering & Science.

Why choose Engineering graduate programs at Detroit Mercy?

  • All programs are hands-on and blend engineering, technical, innovation and business elements that impact the workplace now and in the near term.
  • Each program brings real world insights combined with the latest knowledge regarding industry trends and best practices.
  • Detroit Mercy faculty mentor students on a personal level and have a combination of industry experience and terminal academic credentials.
  • Students work in a collaborative environment that utilizes online with traditional classroom experiences.
  • The engineering program offers the third oldest cooperative education program in the country.
  • The College offers high-quality academic programs available in alternative delivery methods that meet the demands of local industry searching for solutions to significant workforce needs
  • The college is sought out by corporate partners to develop graduate certificates to meet their training needs as well as the local, state and national workforce needs.