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Arkansas State University-Main Campus

Master of Science in Engineering

Arkansas State University-Main Campus, State University, Arkansas


Prepared for Tomorrow's Challenges


College of Engineering and Computer Science, P. O. Box 1740
State University, Arkansas, 72467, United States



The Master of Science in Engineering (MSEngr) program provides an educational experience focusing on the integration of research and technology development that allows graduates to be successful in deriving solutions to society’s most challenging technical problems. To achieve this goal, the program’s objectives are to discover new scientific principles, apply novel engineering solutions, and develop cutting-edge technology toward achieving efficient and sustainable use of resources; to integrate cross-disciplinary research and teaching that produces engineering professionals equipped to take on the more complex problems that face our state and country; and to establish and grow industry-university partnerships that drive toward and prepare the region for a diverse, knowledge-based economy.

Academic Fields
    Engineering, General.
    Civil Engineering, General.
    Mechanical Engineering.
    Electrical and Electronics Engineering
    Master's, MSE, Master of Science in Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
    Master's, MSE, Master of Science in Engineering, Electrical Engineering
    Master's, MSE, Master of Science in Engineering, Civil Engineering
    Master's, MSE, Master of Science in Engineering

    Full Time, Part Time, On-Campus


    engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, environmental engineering, mechanical engineering, computer engineering


    Each applicant must have an undergraduate GPA of at least 2.75 on a 4.00 scale and a bachelor’s degree in engineering. Applicants that do not have a bachelor’s degree in engineering, for example those having a bachelor’s degree in physics, or those having an undergraduate GPA below 2.75, will be considered on a case-by-case basis and must show equivalent experience and training and have completed the required pre-requisites for the courses. Applicants must present Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores for the Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical tests. The minimum combined Verbal and Quantitative reasoning scores must be 300 for the revised GRE test or equivalent scores for general GRE. Applicant not having completed GRE scores may be admitted conditionally, but must complete this requirement prior to finishing the first semester of course work. Applications submitted throughout the year for the following semester and in accordance to Graduate Admissions deadlines will be considered based on qualification and space availability. All application materials must be received by the College of Engineering and Computer Science during the semester prior to the student’s official enrollment in A-State courses. Official transcripts, two letters of recommendation, a resume, and a statement of purpose not exceeding three pages are also required for admission. International students require additional proof of English proficiency to meet the admission requirements of Graduate Programs.
    Academic Backgrounds
      Engineering-Related Fields, Other.
    B = 2.7-2.9


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    Dr. Brandon Kemp

    Verbeth and Henry Ezra Coe Endowed Professor of Engineering