UCLA Extension

Master of Science in Engineering Program (Online)

The MASTER OF SCIENCE IN ENGINEERING (Online) is a 36-unit program that provides a current overview of engineering through a broad survey of the technological, design, and management issues of the field. Visit Henry Samueli School of Engineering for specific program requirements and details. Enrollment predicated upon department approval.

Program Requirements

A total of 9 core courses are required for program completion with grades “C” or better. Eight are required at the 100/200 level, with at least 5 at the 200 level and one directed study course (numbered E299). The latter course serves to satisfy the University of California requirement for a capstone event. This directed study course consists of an engineering research or design project.

Courses can be scheduled such that the total time to complete the program will be 2 academic years plus 1 additional quarter. Many students choose to take longer to complete the degree requirements.

Enrollment Alert: Students need approval from UCLA MSOL Program: 310-825-6505 or msengrol@seas.ucla.edu. Online access: Ennis Cooper (Student Services) & SEASnet (olhelp@seas.ucla.edu).

Advanced Digital Integrated Circuits 

CEE 235A Advanced Structural Analysis
CS 112 Modeling Uncertanity in Information Systems
CS 118 Computer Network Fundamentals
CS 211 Protocol and Systems Design for Wireless and Mobile Networks
EE 112 Introduction To Power Systems
EE 113 Digital Signal Processing
EE 131A Probability
EE 216A Design of VLSI Circuits and Systems
EE 230A EST and DET in Comm and Radar ENG
ENGR 188 Quality and Reliability Engineering
ENGR 205 Model Based Systems Engineering
ENGR 213 Data and Business Analytics
ENGR 215 Entrepreneurship for Engineers
MAE 154B Design of Aerospace Structures
MAE 156A Advanced Strength of Materials 
MAE 166C Design of Composite Structures
MAE 250C Compressible Flows
MAE 296B Mechanical Design II
MAE C297A Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing
MAE M270A   Linear Dynamic Systems
MSE 221   Science of Electronic Materials
MSE 243A   Fracture of Structural Materials
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