M.S. in Engineering
Residential Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.)
Gain the skills that will help to increase your earning potential and take your engineering career to the next level. With your Master’s Degree in Engineering (M.S.) from Liberty University, you’ll enhance your options as you prepare for a position of upper management in engineering.
Learn from professors who are industry-leading engineers and are grounded in their Christian faith. Our faculty share your passion for the field and are here to support you on your path to success.
Advance your skillset while developing a successful style of management. Bring into your workplace new and enhanced expertise in areas like project management, product development, strategic planning, and quality management.
And, as a residential student at Liberty, you’ll also have access to our Center for Engineering Research & Education (CERE), where you’ll be able to work with some of the latest technology and equipment. With resources like these, you can easily continue your scholarly research with effective engineering research and analysis.
Build a degree plan that will give you the specific skills you’re looking for. Our non-thesis program is flexible, so you can choose courses that best fit your career path and field. With just 30 credit hours, you can gain what you need for upper management in just 2 years.
Gain the confidence and skillset you need for a position in upper management in just 2 years. Through our 36-credit-hour thesis program, you’ll advance in your engineering abilities as well as complete research and apply new knowledge to the field
Enhance Your Career with an MS in Engineering
Academics: Engineering (M.S.)
- 30 credit hours (Non-Thesis)
- 36 credit hours (Thesis)
Programs of Study (DCPs)
Find M.S. in Engineering Non-Thesis and Thesis admissions requirements.
Transfer up to 18 credit hours for our non-thesis program and 24 credit hours for our thesis program.
See catalog for transfer details
Featured Courses in Engineering
- Finite Element Analysis (ENGR 505)
- Continuum Mechanics (ENGR 525)
- Fatigue (ENGR 545)
- Materials Characterization Methods (ENGC 637)
Career Opportunities with an Engineering Master’s Degree
- Architectural project manager
- Chief engineer
- Director of engineering
- Engagement director
- Engineering manager
- Head of technology and development
- Project engineer
- Senior project engineer
- Technology development owner