Apply for a Master's Degree

As you move ahead with the application process, it is important that you understand the requirements and deadlines for your specific program of interest since the deadlines and requirements for each degree is unique.

Aeronautics & Astronautics Requirements (MSAAE)

Individuals have two options to focus their studies in the area of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

1. The MSAAE program is offered through the School of Aeronautics & Astronautics; candidates seeking this degree will apply directly to the School of Aerospace engineering and will need to follow their specific deadlines and requirements  

2. The Interdisciplinary MSE/MS with a concentration in AAE is offered through "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering"; candidates interested in this degree must apply to "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering" directly and will need to follow the deadlines and requirements of this department.

Computer Science Requirements (MS in CS)

Individuals have two options to focus their studies in the area of Computer Science.

1. The MS in CS program is offered through the Department of Computer Science (within the College of Science); candidates seeking this degree will apply directly to the Department of Computer Science and will need to follow their specific deadlines and requirements.

2. The Interdisciplinary MSE/MS with a concentration in CS is offered through "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering"; candidates interested in this degree apply to "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering" directly and will need to follow their deadlines and requirements.

Dual Degree MSE/MS+MBA Requirements (MSE/MS+MBA)

The MSE/MS-MBA dual degree program is offered through the "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering" in partnership with the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University. Applicants to this program will complete just the Purdue application; however, candidates will supply certain duplicate items and will be reviewed for admission to both degree programs.  Please note a GRE or GMAT score is required for this program.

Electrical & Computer Engineering Requirements (MSECE)

1. Individuals have two options to focus their studies in electrical and computer engineering.  The MSECE program is offered through the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering; candidates seeking this degree will apply directly to Electrical & Computer Engineering and will need to follow their specific deadlines and requirements.

2.The Interdisciplinary MSE/MS with a concentration in ECE is offered through "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering"; candidates interested in this degree apply to "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering" directly and will need to follow their deadlines and requirements.

Industrial Engineering Requirements (MSIE)

1. Individuals have two options to focus their studies in industrial engineering.  The MSIE program is offered through the School of Industrial Engineering, candidates seeking this degree will apply directly to Industrial Engineering and will need to follow their specific deadlines and requirements.

2. The Interdisciplinary MSE/MS with a concentration in IE is offered through "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering"; candidates interested in this degree apply to "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering" directly and will need to follow their deadlines and requirements.

Interdisciplinary Engineering Requirements (MSE/MS)

The Interdisciplinary MSE/MS program (including the dual MSE+MBA degree) is offered through "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering". This program offers concentrations in Aeronautics & Astronautics, Biomedical, Computer Science, Computational, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Engineering Management & Leadership, Industrial, Integrated Vehicle Systems, Material, Mechanical, Quality, and Systems Engineering. Candidates must apply through "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering" and meet this departments deadlines and requirements.

Mechanical Engineering Requirements (MSME)

1. Individuals have two options to focus their studies in mechanical engineering.  The MSME program is offered through the School of Mechanical Engineering; candidates seeking this degree will apply directly to Electrical & Computer Engineering and will need to follow their specific deadlines and requirements.

2. The Interdisciplinary MSE/MS with a concentration in ME is offered through "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering"; candidates interested in this degree apply to "Purdue Online Learning, College of Engineering" directly and will need to follow their deadlines and requirements.