Master of Science in Electric-drive Vehicle Engineering
The program will admit students with bachelor's degrees in engineering, or the equivalent in engineering from an accredited college or university. Students will receive the master's degree after completing 30 credits of formal courses, directed studies, research or thesis, all of which will be specifically developed for this EVE master's degree program. All courses and curricula will be developed in accordance with the regulations of the Graduate School and the college, such as academic regulations of the university, degree and certificate requirements, and academic regulations for the College of Engineering. The Master of Science program will have a thesis (eight credits) and a non-thesis option, both of which will have a group of required core courses, supplemented by elective courses.
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