EP graduate degree programs give engineering professionals a chance to become expert in a new and fast growing field, to become more competitive, or to achieve at the highest levels of their profession. Whatever your career goals, EP's large number of master's graduate degree programs and advanced certificates means you can find exactly the right program to shape your future. Courses in all programs are scheduled weekday evenings and Saturdays when working professionals have time, and are taught by EP's outstanding faculty of practicing engineers and applied scientists from the corporate world and the Applied Physics Laboratory. Take a look at the list of EP programs below, as well as our exciting new programs and growing number of online courses and programs.
Online Courses and Programs
EP is able to offer a growing number of online courses and programs, including fully online degree programs in Bioinformatics, Environmental Planning and Management, and Systems Engineering.
Master's Degree and Graduate Certificate Programs
EP offers three kinds of graduate programs: master's degree programs, post-master's certificate programs for those who want to get beyond master's degree study, and graduate certificates for those unable to pursue a master's degree or who want to focus their studies on a very specific subject area. Learn more about the EP programs and courses offered in these disciplines:
- Applied Biomedical Engineering
- Applied and Computational Mathematics
- Applied Physics
- Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Climate Change, Energy, and Environmental Sustainability
- Computer Science
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Engineering Management
- Environmental Engineering
- Environmental Engineering and Science
- Environmental Planning and Management
- Information Systems Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Space Systems Engineering
- Systems Engineering
- Technical Management
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