The Master of Science Degree in Sustainable Engineering (MS SE) is housed within the Mascaro Center for Sustainable Innovation (MCSI), with the degree granted from the Swanson School of Engineering. The 30-credit degree was designed to integrate with current MS programs in engineering, providing students with the opportunity to complete two MS degree programs with a limited time increase.
Provide advanced education to graduate students to identify and solve sustainability issues using systems approaches in the context of the triple bottom line of environmental, societal, and economic problems.
Create a rigorous program with breadth and depth to propel graduate students to foster sustainable technologies, science, and practices in the U.S. and abroad.
Create regional and nationally scalable sustainability solutions through service learning projects with a cohort of students.
Provide students with experiences that enable them to communicate sustainability issues and solutions to multiple audiences.
A total of 30 credits are required to earn the MS SE professional master’s degree. The degree is structured so the participating student is required to take five core courses and five electives.