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Curriculum

The Master of Global Engineering Leadership (MGEL) is a minimum 33-credit hour degree with a curriculum that has significant distinguishing characteristics including:

  • A strong engineering focus through the choice of a specialization technical track
  • The integration of business, policy, global issues and technical knowledge into the core
  • A multi-term integrative project to bring the technical and professional skills together

Courses are taught by faculty experts from the College of Engineering, John Glenn College of Public Affairs, and The Fisher College of Business

Students can enroll starting with any semester - Autumn, Spring, or Summer semester. Courses are taken in a pre-assigned sequence and students can complete the degree in 12 - 28 months or longer if desired.  


MGEL Curriculum Includes:
 

Leadership Courses (16-17 cr hrs)
The integrated core curriculum includes engineering as well as  business and public administration courses. Learn more...
 

Technical Track Specialization (12-13 cr hrs)
Each MGEL student chooses a technical track to guide his or her choice of in-depth technical elective courses. Learn more...
 

Integrative Project (5 cr hrs)
The integrative project develops solutions for real-world challenges through the application of principles learned through the core and track courses. Learn more...