The Master of Engineering Vehicle Electrification degree is designed for engineering professionals working in the mobility (automotive) industry. Students can broaden their skill sets for careers in Electrified Vehicle design and development. All students must complete two mobility systems fundamentals courses (which two depend on your undergraduate degree), courses on automotive controls and signal processing, two management courses, and four technical courses specifically in Vehicle Electrification.
This program is being designed for delivery as part of our Walsh College partnership.
Hoff, Craig J., "3/24/2021: Program Change - Master of Engineering Vehicle Electrification" (2021). UCC Documents. 88.