For the 10th year in a row, the University of Wisconsin–Madison’s online master’s degrees in engineering have been ranked among the best in the country by U.S. News & World Report. This year’s 8th-place ranking was based on the program’s strong academic foundations, excellence in educating distance learners and robust student support.
“UW–Madison’s online engineering programs continue to create environments in which professionals can learn from each other as well as from our outstanding faculty,” said Ed Borbely, associate dean at UW–Madison College of Engineering. “As we continue to innovate and grow, our programs will offer breadth across engineering and management disciplines, and an inclusive community of learners and achievers who stay engaged with UW — and each other — throughout their careers.”
The College of Engineering’s online degree programs combine the structure of semester schedules with the work-friendly flexibility of 24/7 technology.
Students in these interactive courses work closely with UW–Madison’s world-class faculty in programs recognized by top employers around the world. Students also learn with and from their peers — professional engineers who share knowledge, expertise and networks. Learning is 100% tailored to the goals of students who work on real-world projects from their current jobs.
Top-ranked UW–Madison online engineering programs include:
- Master of Engineering in Engineering: Engine Systems
- Master of Engineering in Engineering: Engineering Data Analytics
- Master of Engineering in Engineering: Engineering Management
- Master of Engineering in Civil and Environmental Engineering: Environmental Engineering
- Master of Engineering in Engineering: Manufacturing Systems Engineering
- Master of Engineering in Engineering: Polymer Engineering
- Master of Science in Electrical Engineering: Power Engineering
- Master of Engineering in Engineering: Sustainable Systems Engineering
The program also ranked 4th for Best Online Master’s in Engineering Programs for Veterans.
These degree programs are ideal for recent engineering graduates and mid-career engineers who want to take on more advanced roles and responsibilities.
“Our focus on building and sustaining a vibrant learning community has been a key attribute in our consistently high ranking,” said Borbely.
To learn more, visit the UW–Madison Engineering Professional Development website or call 800-462-0876.