Degrees and Certificates

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The Commonwealth Graduate Engineering Program (CGEP) offers courses for students pursuing non-research Masters degrees and certificates, as well as for continuing education in a non-degree-seeking mode.

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Master of Engineering

Old Dominion University

Master of Engineering Management (MEM)

Old Dominion University

Founded in the solid principles of systems science and systems engineering, while exploiting the technical analysis tools of management science, the curricula are designed to produce graduates capable of addressing issues related to the design, operation, analysis, and transformation of complex problems. Particular emphasis is placed not only on the technical methods and tools necessary for success in technology-based enterprises, but also on the critical thinking skills essential to effectively communicate and manage completion of complex projects.

University of Virginia

Master of Engineering Degree Programs

University of Virginia

Through this program, graduate engineering courses are delivered to students located across the Commonwealth of Virginia and beyond. UVa CGEP lectures are available online in real time, allowing distance students to participate alongside their on-grounds student peers sitting in the classroom.

Master of Science

George Mason University

Master of Science in Telecommunications

George Mason University

The Master of Science in Telecommunications at George Mason University provides a technically rigorous, interdisciplinary blend of graduate level courses in communications systems and networks, augmented with exposure to telecommunications policy, law, and business.

Old Dominion University

Master of Science (MS) in Modeling and Simulation

Old Dominion University

The program's subject core consists of an overview of modeling and simulation, an in-depth exploration of specific simulation methodological approaches, simulation system modeling principles and techniques, an introduction to computer visualization and visual simulation, and principles of stochastic analysis.

Virginia Tech

Master of Science or Master of Engineering

Virginia Tech

Electrical Engineering

Master of Science or Master of Engineering

Virginia Tech

Computer Engineering

Master of Science or Master of Engineering

Virginia Tech

Systems Engineering

Master of Science in Civil Engineering

Virginia Tech

Concentration Area: Environmental and Water Resources Engineering

Master of Engineering Administration

Virginia Tech

Engineering Administration

Master of Science in Civil Engineering

Virginia Tech

Concentration Area:Construction Engineering and Management

Certificate

Old Dominion University

Coastal Engineering Certificate Program

Old Dominion University

A series of four(4) graduate level courses in the specialty area of Coastal Engineering within Civil Engineering. All are offered over the Internet, in synchronous (real time) mode, over a two year period (spring, fall semesters).