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Midland Master’s Degree in Engineering

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This fall the courses for the Master of Science Degree in Electrical Engineering will be offered at Michigan State University’s St. Andrews facility, 1910 W. St. Andrews Road, Midland, Mich. (MAP)

The program, offered by MSU’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, focuses on building graduate students’ competencies in the growing field of automotive electronics, particularly in the areas of vehicle safety, advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving technologies. Our goal is to increase the availability of advanced graduate-level engineering education in the Great Lakes Bay Region. The program, which is based at MSU academic facilities in Midland, is open to Nexteer employees and other graduate-degree seeking students.

The master’s program and its curriculum were developed in partnership with Nexteer Automotive. The plan replicates MSU’s standard Electrical and Computer Engineering master’s program requiring 30 credit hours for completion (https://ece.msu.edu/academics/graduate-programs). The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering will offer five graduate courses per year to meet these requirements. As a partner, Nexteer will provide program content recommendations and encourage eligible employees to take part in the educational program.

Two-degree options are currently available:

  • Option A (24 credit hours of course work and 6 credit hours of thesis)
  • Option B (30 credit hours of course work)

Learn more at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering website

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