Applying to any of our programs or courses is an efficient process completed entirely online. There are separate application requirements depending on if you're applying to a degree or academic certificate program, as a non-degree seeking student, or are looking to re-enter a program you started for which you haven't completed a course in more than one year. (Our Professional Certificates have separate application and registration processes that vary by course and program as well.)
No matter which path you're on, you'll find an extensive network of personal and technical support throughout the application process. We admit year-round, allowing you to begin your program of study not long after you're accepted.
How to Apply
All Interdisciplinary Engineering applications must include:
- A completed electronic application: Master's degree, (dual degree), graduate certificate, or non-degree (course only)
- Application fee payment ($60 domestic, $75 international, and non-degree is free.)
- Official transcripts from all institutions attended (international students need original language and English translation)
- Three letters of recommendation
- Statement of Purpose (300-500 words)
- Proof of English proficiency (for non-native speakers of English)
- TOEFL cannot be more than two years old.
- GMAT/GRE test scores (Dual degree only)
Please note application requirements vary based upon the degree program you select and additional requirements may be necessary. For application requirement details on our discipline specific degrees (MSAAE, MS in CS, MSECE, MSIE, or MSME), please refer to corresponding program application page.
Our most popular online graduate degree program is our Interdisciplinary MSE/MS. Below is the deadline information you will need for that program.
Fall Term: July 1
Spring Term: November 1
Summer Term: May 1
Please note application deadlines will vary based upon the degree program you select. For deadline details on our discipline specific degrees (MSAAE, MS in CS, MSECE, MSIE, or MSME), please refer to corresponding program application page.
Terms You Should Know
Familiarize yourself with words, terms, and abbreviations related to the admission process.