Keep working while you earn a master's degree in general engineering that can help further your career.
The University of Toledo's online general engineering master's program is designed to educate future and current managers and engineers. Earning your master's degree in engineering can prepare you for leadership roles and help you earn promotions.
Our part-time graduate degree program is 100% online — perfect for working professionals. Applicants to the online master's engineering program must have employment experience in a private industry, government or nonprofit organization.
UToledo offers a cross-disciplinary program that combines business management and engineering. It is an alternative to a traditional business management or technical master of science degree.
Courses acquaint engineers, scientists and technologists with financial, managerial and social issues that can help you gain success in today’s marketplace.
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Nationally recognized College of Engineering. UToledo offers one of the best engineering programs in the country.
100% online. Set your own schedule with our flexible, online course options. Keep working while you learn the latest technology.
Practical skills. UToledo's graduate engineering program focuses on problem solving and project management — skills that will help you get ahead in any job.
Distance-learning tools. UTOnline has all the resources to help you succeed in your online courses.
Acclaimed faculty. UToledo distance learners benefit from the expertise of the same faculty who teach our on-campus graduate engineering students. Several faculty members have been named outstanding teachers. Others are working professionals.
Options. Complete your degree entirely with course work or by completing an optional, work-related project. The project is accomplished in coordination with your employer and a faculty mentor.
Most of the graduates of UToledo's online general engineering master's program are already employed. Some students earn promotions after acquiring higher-level job skills and their engineering master's degree.
UToledo master's students also are hired as:
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"Because the online master in general engineering degree focuses on problem-solving and project management, it is useful across multiple industries and job positions. I have used my knowledge and skills to effectively and efficiently identify the root of problems and develop a systematic approach to solving the issues. The program provided a lot of information that is applicable to almost any industry and makes you a more well-rounded engineer. What I have noticed is that most engineers fresh out of college (and some seasoned engineers) struggle with multitasking, staying organized and thinking big picture. The general engineering master's degree gives you the tools to manage these areas. Based on my experience, these attributes are equally as important as knowing your engineering theory if you want to be successful in the industry."
Ryan Jones, principal engineer - Engineering First Team, DTE Energy-Fermi 2 Power Plant
B.S.M.E. '09, M.S.E. '16
General engineering master's students can take 100% of their classes online. Graduate students take core business and engineering courses and can choose to complete a work-related project for credit.
UToledo's innovation and technology management course prepares you for work in a fast-paced and changing business environment.
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