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Earn a master's degree in one year or at your own pace

At Tufts University School of Engineering, we know your time is valuable. Getting on track for your next promotion or your next big job means getting your advanced degree quickly, or working around your busy schedule.

Our master of science in engineering programs allow you to complete your coursework within one academic year or to study part-time, so you can get back into the job market with your updated skills.

Learn from leaders in the field

From networking with industry experts to special professional education courses, Tufts Engineering can provide you with the skills to succeed. We offer M.S. degrees in:

Bioengineering Electrical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering Engineering Management
Chemical Engineering Engineering Management - Online  (NEW)
Civil and Environmental Engineering Human Factors Engineering
Computer Engineering (NEW) Human-Robot Interaction
Computer Science Innovation and Management
Computer Science - Online (NEW) Materials Science and Engineering
Cybersecurity and Public Policy (NEW) Mechanical Engineering
Data Science (NEW) Offshore Wind Energy Engineering (NEW)
Data Science - Online (NEW) Software Systems Development (NEW)

Get the career you want

After graduating, our M.S. students are prepared to rejoin the workforce or to head into doctoral programs. Recent alumni are working at companies like GE Aviation, Genzyme, Google, Microsoft, MITRE, and Raytheon. Nearly all students who want to pursue a Ph.D. receive acceptances by the time they’ve completed our programs.

Learn critical leadership skills

Our M.S. programs are flexible so you can also take elective courses that will prepare you for demanding management roles. Take professional education courses at the award-winning Tufts Gordon Institute and get ready to take the lead.

Become an expert in your field

At Tufts, you'll get a broad framework for learning advanced laboratory and computational techniques in any engineering field. Master's students have the option to stay beyond the academic year, up to three additional semesters, to pursue dedicated research leading to a thesis.

Waive the GRE requirement

A number of our programs are currently waiving the GRE requirement. Please review the application instructions carefully. GRE scores may be waived for:

  • Applicants who have an undergraduate or graduate degree from a U.S. institution. GRE scores will be required for applicants who do not have a degree from a U.S. institution.
  • All applicants to Tufts Gordon Institute’s MSEM programs.
  • Any U.S. citizen or documented U.S. resident student enrolled in a Tufts School of Engineering certificate program, who applies part-time to any School of Engineering master’s degree program with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.7/4.0 or greater.