Mississippi State University’s Graduate School no longer requires the GRE or GMAT for admissions purposes. However, some departments may require these test scores to be eligible for an assistantship. Please contact departments directly for more information on applying for a graduate assistantship. Visit the Office of the Graduate School’s Test Score Requirements Notice for more information.
This program allows engineers to pursue a flexible online graduate degree concentrating in either general or military engineering. The program upholds the same rigorous academic requirements as programs offered on the Mississippi State University campus. Additionally, students can choose between thesis and non-thesis options. The Master of Engineering program allows students to combine engineering courses with other disciplines to create a truly unique program of study.
Career options are many, including senior systems engineer, software developer, senior electrical engineer, processing engineering manager, senior chemical engineer, chemical process engineer, construction project manager, senior mechanical engineer, structural engineer, design engineer and product engineer.
The Master of Engineering is a professional program designed for students seeking an interdisciplinary degree in engineering who lack access to traditional degree granting programs at the graduate level.
"I have had a wonderful experience as an online student in the Bagley College of Engineering at MSU. This online program has given me the opportunity to continue my education while pursuing my career goals. I have previously completed an online master's program at another university and Mississippi State has by far the BEST online education program. I am very thankful for the people at Mississippi State and their dedication to the online students. I have recommended this program to many friends and colleagues!"