Engineering MBA/MS Programs
The LGO program, which provides graduates an MBA or MS in Management in combination with a Master of Science degree, takes full advantage of its place within the world's top-rated School of Engineering, and our students reap the benefits. Each student is admitted to one of seven participating engineering departments, which represent a huge diversity of faculty expertise, areas of research, and alumni career paths as industry leaders. The connection that LGO students have with their engineering department communities is a vital part of their experience while at MIT and as graduates.
Students select an engineering department based on their undergraduate degree, and, importantly, on their subsequent work experience and the relevance of the department's curricular options to their future career plans. Within most departments, students identify an LGO-specific track as their course of study. The tracks allow students to focus on specific areas of interest within their department as they fulfill the requirements for their Master of Science degree.
The engineering department pages below address each department's LGO curriculum options and the experience of students in the department, and offer profiles of LGO students and faculty.
Researchers and students in the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics work to advance science, policy, economic, and engineering issues relating to the interaction of aviation, environment, and energy.
The "measurement, modeling, and manipulation" approach that has characterized engineering disciplines based on the physical and chemical sciences is now drawing on the molecular and cellular life sciences as well.
Chemical engineering occupies a unique position at the interface between molecular sciences and many areas of engineering.
The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering studies the interactions between human activities, infrastructure, and the natural environment.
The Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department offers an in-depth education in engineering principles built on mathematics, computation and the physical and life sciences.
Challenges such as managing global manufacturing and supply chains, rebuilding crumbling infrastructures, and working toward energy security don't have purely technical solutions; they involve technology, processes, and policies.
Faculty and students in the MIT Department of Mechanical Engineering share an interest in innovation, creativity and advanced professional study.