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  • Master of Engineering
    Architectural Engineering
    The Pennsylvania State University

    The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree in Architectural Engineering at Penn State prepares graduates for professional practice in the building industry and construction sectors. With curricula that balances theory with practical application, the M.Eng. degree in Architectural Engineering builds upon and expands students’ knowledge in the planning, designing, constructing, operating, and maintaining the built environment.

    What to Expect:
    • An intensive, non-thesis, 30-credit program that takes about one year to complete
    • Diverse course offerings and a personalized program of study
    • Four tailored research option areas with eight focus areas for further customization
    • Opportunities for professional development aligned with your career path of choice

    How to Apply:
    Ready to apply?
    • For more information on how to apply: bit.ly/AE-MEng-apply
    • To complete the online application: gradschool.psu.edu
    You will need:
    Statement of intent
    Resume
    Three letters of recommendation
    Official copies of transcripts

    The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) program in architectural engineering at Penn State prepares graduates for professional practice in the building industry and construction sectors. With curricula that balances theory with practical application, the M.Eng. in architectural engineering builds upon and expands students’ knowledge in the planning, designing, constructing, operating, and maintaining of the built environment. You do not need to submit GRE scores to apply for the M.Eng. program.

    Thematic Areas
    We offer four disciplinary focus areas (Construction, Mechanical/Acoustics, Electrical/Lighting and Structural). We have two thematic specializations in each focus area. For more information: bit.ly/AE-MEng-options

 






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