Graduate Programs

PhD in Civil Engineering

Sponsored by the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science

The PhD in Civil Engineering with a specialty in transportation is a natural continuation for MSCE students who plan to work in academia or in advanced research and technical studies in industry and consulting.

PhD in Industrial Engineering

Sponsored by the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science

The PhD program in Industrial Engineering and Management Sciences department is suited for students interested in the development of theoretical and practical tools for solving problems in industry and government. Students enrolled in this program develop research strategies and tools used in; scheduling, planning, distribution, design, location, and control. Application areas range from traditional uses of industrial engineering in manufacturing firms to the broader variety of management science models in the service sector, finance, and public policy, including supply-chain management and logistics.

Master of Science in Civil Engineering - Transportation (MSCE)

Sponsored by the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science

The MSCE in transportation integrates theory and applied analytical methods of transportation systems, public transit planning, traffic engineering, and environmental, urban, and regional development. This is a research-oriented program, requiring three quarters of course work and a three to six month research period resulting in a thesis. After graduating, many students in the MSCE program enter research or consulting fields or pursue doctoral degrees.

Master of Management in Manufacturing (MMM)

Sponsored by the Kellogg School of Management and the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science

The MMM program is designed to prepare students for a career in manufacturing and technology management. The program combines the broad management emphasis of the MM with a strong grounding in manufacturing and technology. This is a full-time, six-quarter program.

Master of Engineering Management (MEM)

Sponsored by the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science

The MEM is an interdisciplinary program providing a foundation in industrial engineering and technology augmented with general business management concepts needed by managers in those fields. The MEM is an eight-quarter, evening program.

Master of Project Management (MPM)

Sponsored by the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science

The MPD program is designed to prepare technically qualified individuals for responsible management roles in the construction and operation of major engineering projects. Four areas of specialization are available: Construction Management, Environmental Management, Infrastructure Management, and A/E/C Business Management

Master of Science in Analytics (MSiA)

Sponsored by the Robert R. McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science

The MSiA program combines mathematical and statistical study with instruction in advanced computational and data analysis. Students learn to identify patterns and trends; interpret and gain insight from vast quantities of structured and unstructured data; and communicate their findings in practical, useful terms. the MSiA is a 15 month full-time program.

Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Sponsored by the Kellogg School of Management

The MBA program's unique approach to management education balances the study of organizations with the study of the processes that drive consumer, business, and financial markets forward. Kellogg ofers full-time, part-time, and executive MBA programs. Search for transportation, logistics, and supply-chain courses offered in the MBA program here.