Online Masters Degree Engineering Programs

Online masters degree engineering programs are ideal for those who are interested in expanding their general engineering knowledge base from a bachelors degree in engineering and specialize in a specific field or area of engineering.

Common specializations that are studied through distance learning include masters in software engineering and masters in electrical engineering among other engineering disciplines.

Featured Colleges

Norwich University

  • Master of Civil Engineering
  • Master of Civil Engineering - Construction Management
  • Master of Civil Engineering - Environmental/Water Resources Engineering
  • Master of Civil Engineering - Geotechnical Engineering
  • Master of Civil Engineering - Structural Engineering

Northcentral University

  • MBA - Management of Engineering and Technology

University of Liverpool

  • Masters of Science in Software Engineering

Strayer University

  • MSIS: Software Engineer Management

DeVry University

  • Master of Science in Electrical Engineering

Typical Salaries

A master's degree in engineering helps engineers to specialize, gain technological competence, or update their skills to meet the needs of a changing industry. Engineers who earn a master's degree frequently become managers in engineering firms or government engineering departments.

May 2009 data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that the median annual wage for graduates who possess a graduate degree in engineering is $83,110. The statistics also indicate that the median salary in 2009 for industrial engineers was $75,110, while mechanical engineers had a median annual wage of $80,580. The top 10 percent of people employed in electrical engineering earn more than $126,810 annually.

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