Online Master of Engineering in Innovation, Sustainability and Entrepreneurship

The Master of Engineering with an option in innovation, sustainability and entrepreneurship, or ME-ISE, is geared toward students and industry professionals who are interested in the translation and transfer of technologically promising research discoveries into sustainable technologies and processes. It offers a combination of business-oriented classes and engineering courses to help engineers bridge the gap between innovative ideas and sustainable economic development strategies. Degree requirements are outlined below.

Curriculum Outline:

Degree requirements for ME-ISE: 30 units of graduate coursework, as follows:

12 units of coursework with a focus on business and management.

  • ENTR/SIE 557: Project Management (S)
  • ENGR/SIE 514: Law for Engineers/Scientists (S)
  • ENGR/SIE 567: Financial Modeling for Innovation (F)

Choose one from the following courses:

  • SIE 515: Technical Sales & Marketing (F&S)
  • SIE 522: Engineering Decision-Making under Uncertainty (F)

18 units of coursework covering advanced materials and cutting-edge developments in materials science and engineering.

12 units of required courses.

  • MSE 550: Materials Selection for the Environment (S)
  • MSE 596a: Special Topics: Materials for Innovation (S)
  • MSE 551: Integrated Computational Materials Science and Engineering (ICMSE) (F)
  • ENGR/MSE 502: Research Proposal Preparation (with additional component on SBIR/STTR) (F)

6 units of signature foundational course work.

  • MSE 531: Engineering Materials Fundamentals
  • MSE 580: Advanced Characterization Methods in Materials Science and Engineering

University of Arizona College of Engineering