Wilkes University

Graduate Programs

Science professor teaches a classroom of master's studentsThe Master of Science in Bioengineering combines engineering concepts with biology, medicine, health and computer sciences to teach students how to develop new medical devices, treatments and materials. Our curriculum offers concentrations in biomedical engineering and cell/metabolic engineering.
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The Master of Science in Engineering Management (formerly EOS) serves industry professionals preparing for technology leadership. The Engineering Management master's program builds on Wilkes’ engineering strengths in analysis and quantitative modeling, and its business strengths in organizational leadership. Click here to read more.

The Master of Science in Electrical Engineering, in addition to the general admission requirements outlined in the Graduate Bulletin, applicants should possess a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from an accredited institution. Click here to read more

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering provides students with advanced theoretical knowledge and hands-on technical experience in the areas of energy, mechanical, thermal and fluid systems; and materials, manufacturing and product development. Students may choose an area of focus that enhances knowledge in their current field or allows them to explore a new specialty. Click here to read more.