Minnesota State University, Mankato
College of Science, Engineering, and Technology
Preparing students to compete as leaders in a rapidly changing global marketplace and to adapt to the dramatic changes in engineering practice expected in coming decades. With state-of-the-art-laboratory facilities and curricula accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), students learn in an environment that encourages critical thinking and creative problem-solving.Faculty motivates students to excel in challenging design projects, to participate in applied research opportunities with regional industries, and to take part in collegiate contests such as the Automotive Formula SAE, steel bridge, concrete canoe, and robotics competitions. Six key departments offer industry-related challenges for university students:
- Automotive and Manufacturing Technology
- Bio Technology
- Computer Sciences
- Electrical and Computer Engineering and Technology
- Information Systems and Information Technology
- Mechanical and Civil Engineering
Advancing renewable energy in conjunction with the Center for Automotive Research, Minnesota State University, Mankato is nationally recognized for research and development assistance given to industry and governmental agencies. The Center for Pervasive Computing and Communication is a collaborative industry-faculty-student research project in wireless, mobile, and embedded applications.
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Engineering Masters Degree Coming to the Twin Cities in Fall 2010 at Minnesota State Mankato @7700 France, Edina
Why choose a Masters degree in Engineering?
- Twenty-one percent of Fortune 500 company CEOs have at least an undergraduate engineering degree, outnumbering those in business administration or accounting by two to one and three to on respectively
- Late afternoon and evening classes
- Application of knowledge and skills to solve real problems through applied projects, cases and simulations
- Average starting salary for a masters degree in electrical or computer engineering is almost 25 percent greater than that of a bachelors degree graduate
The Engineering programs are now providing this degree at Minnesota State University, Mankato @ 7700 France. Two classes offered Fall 2010 Semester leading to the Master of Science in Engineering degree. Students design their own program of study by choosing courses from Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering Civil Engineering Physics, Mathematics and Computer Science.
Automotive and Manufacturing Engineering Technology — The Prius