To be admitted to the Master of Science in Systems Technology program, there are multiple requirements you must meet. Visit the graduate school website to apply.
First, you must have a degree from accredited institution in technology, engineering technology, engineering, or a closely aligned program.
In most cases, if you do not hold a technology or engineering degree, you will have take additional undergraduate courses to ensure that you have the appropriate mechanical engineering knowledgebase. Those will be determined on a case-by-case basis.
To be considered, you must have either:
- An overall cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher; or
- A cumulative technical GPA calculated over the last 60 hours of your undergraduate curriculum of 2.85 or higher, which is calculated using technical courses of engineering and sciences.
You must submit your Graduate Record Examination (GRE) scores before you can be considered for admission.
Verbal score: Must be at least 145.
Combined verbal and quantitative scores: Must be at least 287.
If you do not meet the requirements above, a faculty member from the Department of Industrial Technology will have to submit an admissions petition to the graduate coordinator. Once that is received, the department head and graduate coordinator will bring the petition forward for a graduate faculty vote. The petition must receive a majority vote to allow your acceptance to the graduate program.
Graduate Student Requirements
To remain a graduate student in the Master of Science in Systems Technology program, you must retain a 3.0 GPA. Learn more about the course requirements.