Technical Tracks are one of the distinguishing characteristics of the Master of Global Engineering Leadership degree. Technical Tracks are selected by students based on their professional and academic background. There are currently 5 available technical tracks. Students may also create custom technical tracks.

Automotive Systems Engineering

The Automotive Systems Engineering technical track prepares professionals with advanced skills in emerging automotive technologies. This track is offered by the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) and the Mechanical Engineering department at The Ohio State University. View courses.


Welding Engineering

A Welding Engineering technical track is available that provides a wide range of engineering and technology backgrounds with the skills to excel in materials joining. View courses.


Radar Systems

The Radar Systems track will prepare professionals in radar systems engineering to play key roles in innovative and challenging technical projects within their organizations. View courses.


Additive Manufacturing

The unique, modern Additive Manufacturing track is offered through experts from the Departments of Materials Science and Engineering and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. (Track is pending OSU approval.) View courses.


 

                          

 

Civil and Environmental Engineering

A Civil and Environmental Engineering technical track is offered by the highly ranked Civil, Environmental, and Geodetic Engineering department in the College of Engineering. View courses.


Enterprise Services and Architecture

A computer science technical track in Enterprise Services and Architectures provides a solid technology foundation with skills to operationalize alignment of technology components throughout the organization and meet business strategy and goals. View courses.


Custom Track

A customized individual track provides an alternative for students to design a technical track that fits their personal and professional goals. Custom tracks must consist of at least 12 graduate credit hours offered by the College of Engineering. Learn more.


Tracks in Development

The MGEL is working on tracks in Advanced Manufacturing amd Materials Science Engineering.