Master's Degree Requirements
Cooper Union offers a Master of Engineering program that prepares graduates for entry into the engineering profession at an advanced level or for further graduate study. The course catalog and course listings can be found here. For further information, you may also view our Master of Engineering brochure.
New Updates (August 2015):
- Click here for the M.Eng Student Handbook (includes program policies for NYSED compliance)
- A Masters program orientation meeting is scheduled for September 1, 2015 in Room 201A, NAB, 12:15pm-1pm. All Masters students are invited. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applying to The Cooper Union
Applications to the Master of Engineering program for full-time study for the 2016-2017 academic year will be accepted beginning September 2015 through April 1, 2016. Applicants interested in part-time graduate study in engineering may apply through May 6, 2016. Apply Online Now!
Please submit the following supplemental information no later than April 1, 2016 to the Office of Admissions, The Cooper Union, 30 Cooper Square, New York, NY 10003. Please note, applicants for part time graduate study may submit supplemental materials through May 6, 2016. Materials may also be sent to email@example.com. Please reference in the subject line of your email “Graduate Engineering Supplemental Information”.
- B.E. or B.S. in an engineering discipline;
- Official copies of school transcripts. This includes secondary (high school), college and university work;
- GRE Scores (optional);
- TOEFL Scores (if Bachelor’s Degree was taught in a language other than English);
- Two letters of recommendation.
- Résumé (see below for detailed information)
In a separate document, please submit a résumé, listing any professional licensure or certification along with a statement indicating what areas within engineering you seek to study.
Be sure to outline any relevant academic honors or awards, teaching or work experiences, internships, publications, research, projects, websites, patents, or other evidence of creative scholarship.
Also, please list in the same document, any relevant graduate-level coursework taken and method of instruction (traditional, on-line, hybrid (mix of on-line and traditional)).
The degree is comprised of 30 total credits beyond the baccalaureate degree. Students may complete the requirements in one of two ways: either the thesis option that comprises of 24 credits in courses and 6 representing the thesis or the recently introduced non-thesis option which is 30 credits of course work. See catalog for more details.
Graduate Tuition & Fees
You will find detailed information about 2015-2016 graduate tuition and fees here. Merit-based scholarships will be available to a select group of highly accomplished applicants in every degree-granting department.
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