Colorado State University-Pueblo

Engineering with Emphasis in Mechatronics or Railroad Engineering

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The MS in engineering degree provides advanced education in two emphasis area: mechatronics and railroad engineering. Mechatronics emphasis combines electrical and mechanical engineering with computer control systems. The emphasis area in Railroad Engineering is a combination of civil and mechanical engineering meeting the needs in the areas of railroad power systems, railroad infrastructure, and the complex logistics of the industry. Both options require 33 credits of coursework including an optional thesis for 6 credits. Students have considerable flexibility in planning their programs of study.

Admission Requirements:
A successful applicant to the MSE program should have a quantitatively based baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university. Students with non-quantitatively based baccalaureate degrees may be admitted conditionally, but additional prerequisites may be required. Interested students should refer to the catalog to find which prerequisite courses they may need to complete. In addition, satisfactory GRE score (minimum of 1000) must be submitted along with the application. The program is not offered online at this time, but future partial online delivery is under consideration.

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For more information on how to apply for the WRGP resident tuition rate for this program, please contact:

Neb Jaksic
Professor of Engineering and Mechatronics Program Director
Colorado State University - Pueblo

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