Mobility Systems

Ready to take your career to the cutting edge of the ever-changing automotive industry? Look no further.

With the  College of Engineering’s Master of Science in Engineering degree in Mobility Systems, you get a choice of two paths: one that is coursework only and another more traditional one that includes coursework, research and a thesis.

Whichever path you take, upon graduation you will be equipped to enter an automotive industry that is transforming into a true mobility ecosystem, according to a recent McKinsey report. The new paradigm is coalescing as big-tech enters the market and forms new partnerships with manufacturers. It all adds up to steady job growth in the coming decade.

Here at Kettering, the program is intended for people with a desire for a deeper understanding and knowledge of mechanical, electrical, computer, and industrial systems used in automotive vehicles and their manufacture.

Courses cover subjects such as conventional and electric propulsion systems, vehicle safety systems including connected and autonomous vehicle systems, and modern automotive manufacturing systems.

Why Kettering?

  • You are a forward-thinking leader who wants to conduct additional research in mobility systems.
  • Our faculty are doing research in Autonomous Driving, Driver Awareness System, Wireless Sensor Networks, Automobile Body Structure Design and Crash Analysis, Tire Mechanics, Noise and Vibration.

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