Master of Science in Engineering Technology [Occupational Health and Safety]

 

Program Director: Dr. Carol Boraiko
Midgett Building, 207
615-898-2106
carol.boraiko@mtsu.edu
Graduate Analyst: Anita Hermes
615-898-5352
anita.hermes@mtsu.edu

The Department of Engineering Technology  offers the Master of Science degree in Engineering Technology with concentrations in Engineering Technology and Occupational Health and Safety and thesis and non-thesis options.

Admission Requirements:

The requirements for Admission to MTSU's Occupation Health and Safety Program within the Engineering Technology Department are:

  • Completion of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE). Successful applicants typically have a GRE quanititative score of 148 + and a verbal score of 143 +

The application deadline is April 15 for those wishing to be considered for graduate assistantships and admission in the Summer or Fall. October 1 is the application deadline for admission in the Spring. Applications will be accepted after these dates, but admission consideration is not guaranteed.

 

Thesis Option

Candidate must

  1. have completed undergraduate prerequisites of at least 18 semester hours in engineering technology or equivalent coursework approved by the advisor.
  2. have completed 3 semester hours of an approved research tool with grades of C or better on the undergraduate or graduate level. Typical research tools include statistics, computer science programming, or foreign language. Students not meeting this requirement will be expected to complete it as part of their program of study.
  3. complete at least 30 semester hours, with 21 semester hours at the 6000 level, to include ET 6620 and 6640, 15 semester hours of core courses, and 9 semester hours of concentration courses..
  4. complete and successfully defend a thesis.

 

Nonthesis Option

Candidate must

  1. have completed undergraduate prerequisites of at least 18 semester hours in industrial studies or equivalent coursework approved by the advisor.
  2. have completed 3 semester hours of an approved research tool with grades of C or better on the undergraduate or graduate level. Typical research tools include statistics, computer science programming, or foreign language. Students not meeting this requirement will be expected to complete it as part of their program of study.
  3. complete at least 36 semester hours with at least 26 semester hours of 6000-level courses to include ET 6620 and 6510 or 6910,15 semester hours of core courses, and 9 semester hours of concentration courses.
  4. complete a research project with the required ET 6190, create a report on the project, and present the results.

 

To be admitted to the Master of Science in Engineering Technology [Occupational Health and Safety] program, a student must submit the following to the College of Graduate Studies:

  • Online application and appropriate application fee
  • Official transcript of all colleges, universities (including business and technical schools). If the transcripts are issued from an international (non-US) institution, a course-by course analysis is required. Original non-US transcripts should be submitted directly to the evaluation service.
  • Official Test Scores of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE)

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Submit Application Materials to:

College of Graduate Studies
MTSU Box 42
Murfreesboro, TN 37132

Test Codes for Middle Tennessee State University:
GMAT ACTG - 6ZR-KJ-63
INFS - 6ZR-KJ-37
MBA (Full-time) - 6ZR-KJ-25
MBA (Part-time) - 6ZR-KJ-52
GRE 1466
MAT 1751
Praxis 1466
TOEFL 1466