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Graduate Programs

  • Chemical Engineering - M.S.

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    At Manhattan College, the graduate program in chemical engineering is designed to advance your engineering skills as well as the communication skills and ethical tools to make you an effective professional.

  • Civil Engineering - M.S.

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    Manhattan's master's degree in civil engineering is designed for professionals looking to polish their skill set and advance into specialized opportunities, senior positions or doctoral studies.

  • Computer Engineering - M.S.

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    Computer engineers are some of the most sought-after employees in today's world.  Graduates of this program pursue software engineering and other sought-after fields,  advance in their current position or apply to a Ph.D. program.

  • Construction Management - M.S.

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    This 33 credit master’s degree in construction management is a stand-alone program open to students who have degrees in an engineering, science or business field with work experience in construction and construction management. The program prepares graduates to advance their careers or continue on to doctoral studies.

  • Electrical Engineering - M.S.

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    As a graduate student in electrical engineering, you will learn to design and operate all kinds of complex systems and devices.

  • Environmental Engineering - M.S. or M.E.

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    This program prepares you to solve the challenges of providing safe and reliable drinking water, clean air and waterways, proper disposal of solid and hazardous waste, environmental site restoration, and responsible management of our natural resources.

  • Mechanical Engineering - M.S.

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    Mechanical engineering is considered the "general practitioner" of the engineering disciplines, focused primarily on the conversion, transmission and use of power.