Course information

 

Engineering Leadership and Entrepreneurship (Core)

Have you ever wondered why organizations pass on great ideas brought to them by their engineers? Or how organizations take ideas and research and create successful products or services? This three part course sequence answers these questions and gives engineers the capability to generate disruptive ideas and transform them into actual ventures. Through experiential learning, based upon real world environments, students learn concepts and apply them on actual projects that create tangible value, require people management, and grow leadership skills.

Innovate- Build- Launch! Each quarter, students will take a deeper look into an aspect and stage of a business, and 

 

Capstone Project (Core)

 

The M.Eng program believes in learning by doing. Interdisciplinary teams of M.Eng students are paired with corporate partners to work on an industry driven projects that are formulated to address real world unmet needs in the marketplace. Oversight and mentorship provided by the company allow students to gain not only valuable  technical skills, but also work experience enhancing their resume. Through this experiential learning portion of the program, students get a feel for what it takes to be a technical worker and leader. 

Students enroll in two quarters of the Capstone Project course. Enrollment can be over Winter and Spring, or Summer and Fall. 

Click HERE to view past capstone projects.

 

Interdisciplinary Courses:

These courses are open to All Concentrations

  • Introduction to Machine Learning
  • Personalized Medical Devices

Biomedical Engineering: BioEngine

  • Neuroimaging
  • Microimplants
  • Biomedical Big Data
  • Biomedical Imaging & Biophotonics
  • Digital Health
  • Molecular and Cellular Engineering
  • Cardiovascular Mechanobiology
  • Microscale Tissue Engineering
  • Organ Transplant Systems
  • Coding in the Brain
  • Quantitative Physiology
  • Clinical Medicine for BME

electrical Engineering and computer science:

Digital & Image Signal Processing  

  • Digital Image Processing
  • Computer Architecture
  • DSP Architecture & Design
  • Random Processes
  • Digital Communications
  • Digital Signal Processing

communications circuits & systemS

    • Random Processes
    • Digital Communications
    • Wireless Communications
    • Digital Signal Processing
    • Analog Integrated Circuit Design
    • Optical Fiber Communications
    • Advanced Digital Signal Processing Architecture & Design

Mechanical and aerospace engineering:

Autonomous and Intelligent Machines and Systems 

  • Machine Learning
  • Integrated Thermal- Fluid Science Fundamentals
  • Robotics and Control
  • Model-Based System Engineering & Design 
  • Measurement Systems: Application and Design
  • Cyber-physical Systems and Computer Vision
  • Engineering Design & Simulation

Energy Systems

  • Energy Storage Systems & Technology
  • Engineering Electrochemistry
  • General Thermodynamics
  • Sustainable Energy
  • Solar & Renewable Energy Systems
  • Integrated Thermal-Fluid Science & Engineering Fundamental
  • Energy Efficiency in Built Environment
  • Engineering Design Under Uncertainty

Nanotechnology and Microsystems

    • Nanoscale Materials for Modern Electronics
    • Micro-System Design
    • Fundamentals of Microfabrication
    • Mechanics of Solids & Structures
    • Fabrication & Characterization of Nanomaterials
    • Integrated Thermal-Fluid Science & Engineering Fundamentals
    • Micro-Sensors and Actuators
    • Engineering Design & Simulation: Tools and Process

* The list of course information above is subject to change.

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2022-2023 instruction update: 

Students have questions about campus plans for the 2022-2023 academic school year. We wish to share information with you as proactively as possible while we carefully observe the progress of the current pandemic. We encourage you to review the campus’ Covid-19 Response Center for the most up to date information.  The University of California as a whole system, plans to be primarily-in person instruction.  This plan is subject to change, based on changing variables. What this means for individual courses instructional format (e.g., remote, in-person, or hybrid) and co-curricular activities (such as career workshops and networking events) is currently under review. The M.Eng program will optimize your on-campus experiences, while adhering to health/safety requirements. We will plan instructional and extracurricular activities that offer the greatest benefit to MEng students.

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