The MCE curriculum is adaptable to both recent graduates and engineers with professional experience. Students will emerge with enhanced engineering analysis and design skills tailored to their professional objectives.
Additional benefits include:
- Faculty have real-world experience in the subjects they teach.
- Classes are held in Cebula Hall (built in 2013), the most environmentally friendly and energy efficient building with LEED Platinum Certification in the Western Hemisphere, with labs in the Panowicz Foundry for Innovation (built in 2016).
- Classes are offered in late afternoon or evening to meet the needs of working professionals. Classes are generally scheduled to allow a student to complete the program in a two to three year period by taking two classes per semester.
- The MCE program offers many program arrangements including the following areas of emphasis: structural and foundations, transportation and project management, and environmental engineering.
- Students can choose between a project or thesis route.
- The program is offered on our main campus in Lacey.