International students may apply for acceptance into the program by completing the above while also providing evidence of an ability to communicate in English (TOEFL or IELTS scores). International students may also apply for conditional admission through one of the following:
- Complete English as a Second Language Institute (ESLI) with the GRE
- Apply to Navitas and complete the Pre-Masters Program (PMP) for Engineering Technology Management
For most students, the MSETM program requires completion of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test regardless of undergraduate grade point average.
The GRE General Test assesses verbal and quantitative ability. The GRE test scores must be received by the Office of Graduate Studies and Research prior to admission. The admission decision is based upon both the undergraduate transcript grade point average and the GRE verbal and quantitative scores. For more information on interpretation of GRE scores, go to the Graduate School-Admissions Requirements and click on Interpreting GAP scores. The department prefers a composite GAP score (GPA*100 + overall GRE score) of 550 or higher with a score of at least 139 on the verbal and quantitative portions of the exam. Applicants with a GAP or verbal/quantitative score lower than this may still be accepted into the program with conditions. Each application will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.
Previous graduate course work does not have any bearing on admission requirements (i.e., GAP score calculation). Conditional/alternate admission can be granted into the MSETM program, but additional application materials (work samples, statement of career goals, letters of support, etc.) may be required. Applicants who do not meet the requirement may pursue alternate admission strategies.
A GMAT score can be used in place of the GRE upon request.
Joint Undergraduate and Master's Degree Program (JUMP) for Engineering Technology Management (ETM)
The JUMP provides the opportunity for academically outstanding students in the Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences Department to complete both a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degree in five years. Qualified students admitted to the JUMP may begin taking graduate courses in their junior year. Contingent on satisfactory progress, these students will be admitted into the MS Engineering Technology Management program upon completion of their undergraduate degree and be classified as graduate students.
Requirements for Admission
To be eligible for the program, students must meet the following criteria:
- Enrollment in good standing in one of the undergraduate baccalaureate programs in the Architectural and Manufacturing Sciences Department
- Cumulative GPA of at least 3.0
- Recommendation of an AMS faculty member and/or the undergraduate advisor
- Completion of at least 72 hours and demonstrated proficiency in English
Students interested in the JUMP ETM program should meet with their faculty advisor to complete a JUMP application/statement of intent. JUMP applications are reviewed by the Graduate Faculty of the AMS Department.