Masters in Engineering & Technology


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When you’re an engineer, you are part math wizard, part artist, and part scientist: you’re practically a unicorn. Engineering & Technology broadly deals with the maintenance and design of new devices, tools, and information systems, that society uses on a daily basis.

When you pursue a Master’s or a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering & Technology, you’re brought into the cutting-edge of innovative development, enabling you to shape the future of technology, industrial design, and applied sciences. Engineers require plenty of ingenuity and critical thinking skills, that allow them to contribute to the next industrial revolution.

Engineering & Technology contains a variety of sub-fields, including:

• Aerospace Engineering
• Civil Engineering
• Mechanical Engineering
• Computer Programming

Students who graduate with degrees in Engineering & Technology enter into the following careers:

• Industrial design
• Aerospace Engineering (“rocket science”)
• Civil Engineering
• Biomedical Engineers

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Suggested Masters in Engineering & Technology

M.Sc. Instructional Design and Technology

Learn to create effective technology-based courses and instructional programs for a variety of environments, including higher education; community college education; corporate and nonprofit workforce development; and healthcare, military, and government education.

United States
M.Sc. Mechatronics

In a world of fast-paced science and technology, one could face difficulties in finding a stable and rewarding career. The only way to keep up with the times and reach professional and financial success is to become an expert in the field which will remain relevant for decades to come. The Mechatronics programme is offered by ITMO University.

M.Sc. Nuclear Science and Engineering

The Nuclear Science and Engineering programme offered by the University of Bristol offers you the opportunity to gain skills and experience highly sought after by the nuclear industry. As you learn about five key themes of nuclear science and engineering from experts in the field you will develop skills in problem-solving, team-building, communication and scientific writing.

United Kingdom
M.Sc. Energy for Smart Cities

Combining urban planning and energy management, in-depth engineering skills and innovation management techniques, studying for the MSc Energy for Smart Cities enables students to play a critical role in shaping a rapidly urbanising world, and exploring how to create smarter, more sustainable and resource-efficient communities.