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Engineering Science
Administered By: Office of the Dean, Newark College of Engineering
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Administration
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Program Director saigal

Administration
Program Director Sunil Saigal

Faculty
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Professors from Newark College of Engineering and College of Science and Liberal Arts, as appropriate.

Faculty
Professors from Newark College of Engineering and College of Science and Liberal Arts, as appropriate.
 
Degrees Offered: Master of Science in Engineering Science
The M.S. in Engineering Science allows students to study areas not covered by traditional engineering or science discipline graduate programs. For those already in the work force, the program provides the opportunity to develop expertise relevant to their work.
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Master of Science in Engineering Science
This is a very flexible program that permits advanced study from numerous disciplines in engineering and the sciences.

Admission Requirements: 
Applicants are expected to have an accredited undergraduate degree in science or engineering. Candidates with other appropriate backgrounds may be considered.

Bridge Program: To ensure academic success in their graduate studies, students may be required to take additional undergraduate or graduate courses before beginning graduate curricula. This program of courses will be individually-designed in consultation with the student’s graduate advisor. Such courses are not counted toward degree requirements.

Degree Requirements: 
A minimum of 30 credits is required. A thesis or project may be included.

Seminar : In addition to the minimum 30 degree credits, all students who receive departmental or research-based awards must enroll each semester in a graduate seminar. The seminar is selected in consultation with the graduate advisor.

Required:
15 credits, selected in consultation with graduate advisor: 6 credits of 600-level mathematics 3 credits of 600-level physics, chemistry, or biology 6 credits of 600-level engineering courses

PROJECT OR THESIS (optional):
3 or 6 credits: selected in consultation with graduate advisor

Elective:
15 credits selected in consultation with graduate advisor

The elective credits must form a meaningful and coherent program integrated with the specialization in science or engineering.

 


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