Tony E. Saliba, Dean
The Master of Science in engineering allows flexibility for general or specialized program construction according to the needs of the individual student in conformance with the requirements of the School of Engineering and the University of Dayton.
Master of Science in Engineering
The program of study leading to the Master of Science in engineering must include a minimum of 33 semester hours of the following:
|Fifteen semester hours in a major area||15|
|Fifteen semester hours of electives||15|
|Three semester hours of research on an approved project||3|
MS Engineering with concentration in Human Factors Engineering
|ENM 515||Human Factors Engr||3|
|ENM 532||Cognitive Sys Engr||3|
|MSC 573||Simulatn/Human Perf||3|
|PSY 531||Hum Factrs-Sys Devlp||3|
|PSY 533||Engr Psychology||3|
|Six semester hours in statistics and experimental design||6|
|A thesis and non-thesis option are available. Students choosing the thesis option will complete six semester hours of thesis and 6 semester hours of electives. Students choosing the non-thesis option will complete nine semester hours of electives and a three semester hour capstone project.||12|
See also Master's Degree Requirements in School of Engineering section in the bulletin and consult with the director of the Master of Science in engineering program.
EGR 590. Selected Readings. 1-6 Hours
Directed readings on an interdisciplinary engineering topic approved by the student's academic advisor and the department chair. May be repeated. Possible topics include: (a) Research Ethics, (b) Engineering Innovation, (c) Entrepreneurship, or (d) Multidisciplinary Design. Prerequisite(s): Variable.