The Kettering University Master of Science in Engineering (MSE) has an international reputation of excellence. The Automotive Systems concentration is one of only a few in the country — it is highly respected, and a great way for students to launch a career in the automotive industry.


Overview

The Automotive Systems concentration is intended for individuals who desire a deeper understanding and knowledge of the engineering operations of various systems on vehicles. Courses range from powertrain and engine components to design for safety and comfort. Students select courses from a structured framework in order to customize a program that best meets their individual and career needs. This program has a thesis option.

Objectives

  • Graduating students will have a deepened knowledge and increased mastery of technical areas that match their personal career goals.
  • Graduates will be better prepared to advance in positions of technical and/or managerial leadership.

Requirements

The MSE degree, regardless of concentration, consists of ten courses (40 credit hours) which includes core courses and electives, allowing for customization within each concentration. Certain concentrations also include graduate research and/or a thesis.

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