In the Engineering program from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, your major area of concentration must be in one of the seven engineering areas: Biomedical, Civil, Computer Science, Materials, Industrial, or Mechanical.
The minimum degree requirement is 66 graduate credits beyond the Bachelor’s degree with minimum credit distribution as follows:
- 21 credits in the major area or concentration
- 9 credits in an approved minor area
- 6 credits in mathematics and/or quantitative methods
- 9 credits of approved electives
- 3 credit CEAS Graduate Seminar (Ethics and Engineering Communication, xxx700)
- A minimum of 26 credits, excluding dissertation, must be at the 700 level or higher
- 18 credits of doctoral thesis
- A minimum of 33 credits (including thesis) must be completed in the Ph.D. program at UWM.
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- A maximum of 33 credits may be considered for transfer from prior graduate work, including a Master’s degree earned at UWM or elsewhere provided the course work taken falls within the appropriate areas and has earned a grade of “B” or better.
- Students entering the program without an applicable Master’s degree are limited to a maximum transfer of 9 credits for courses taken elsewhere.
Start dates & application deadlines
- StartingApplication deadline not specified.
DisciplinesGeneral Engineering & Technology View 118 other PhDs in General Engineering & Technology in United States
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- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in engineering or computer science, depending on choice of program.
- If you have BS or MS degrees outside of engineering or computer science, you may be admitted with no more than two program-defined course deficiencies.
- Minimum GPA of 3.0 in the highest degree granted based on a 4.0 scale.
- A brief statement describing your professional goals (SoP) and two letters of reference.
- The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is required for all international and domestic applicants.
- International students require proof of English language proficiency. Complete information is available at the UWM Center for International Education
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