Master of Engineering

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Teamwork + Application + Advancement

Starting with your freshman year, you will participate in hands-on projects and activities. All undergraduate and graduate students work and learn with top faculty on state-of-the-art equipment. Through the involvement of regional businesses and industry professionals, students gain valuable real-world experience. Advanced degrees in Engineering can boost career salary levels and fine-tune or retool areas of expertise.

Major Engineering Employers

Duke Energy
AREVA
GE Aviation
Husqvarna
Crowder Construction
GM

InVue Security
IBM
3D Systems Corp
Edifice
Ingersoll Rand
Parsons
McGuire Nuclear Station
HDR Engineering
Nucor Steel

We believe in learning by doing

All of our programs include a practical component. Freshmen design and build projects ranging from spring-powered cars, to computer chip circuits, to balsa wood bridges. Hands-on learning continues through the senior year, where students team up to tackle real-world industrial projects such as bomb-detecting robots and high-pressure piping systems for nuclear plants. Graduate students work through research and partnerships in the region to actively solve issues and create new technology to solve today’s issues.

Fields of Study

Civil Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Computer Engineering
Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Science
Systems Engineering
Engineering Management
Engineering Technology
Construction Management
Online Engineering Management Master’s
Fire Protection and Safety Management Master’s
Civil and Environmental Engineering Master’s

About Us

UNC Charlotte is located in Charlotte, NC just 9 miles north of Uptown. We are the fastest growing university in North Carolina and were recently ranked one of the ten most innovative colleges in the country. Our large university with a small college feel, warm and sunny location, and outstanding academics are just a few reasons why students choose UNC Charlotte.

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