The Master of Science in Safety Management offered by the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources prepares you to help companies follow state and federal regulations, while designing programs to prevent disease, injury, or damage to the environment. And with a strong job market - Bureau of Labor Statistics reports a 4 percent yearly increase in the number of jobs in this field through 2024 – you will be ready to respond to the needs of the public and employers, to inspect hazardous situations, and to investigate and administer government regulations.
The Software Engineering Graduate Certificate, offered by the Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources, is for individuals who are currently working in information technology or the computer industry and who want to enhance their career opportunities. Software engineering skills are critical to implement new technology, and this is one of the fastest-growing professions throughout industry and government. Professionals in this field are in high demand and fill crucial roles in healthcare, manufacturing, energy, aeronautics, technology, and finance. The certificate may be completed as part of a graduate degree program, or as a separate credential.
The Master of Software Engineering offered by the Lane Department of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering will provide you with the expertise to better understand the holistic design, development, and management processes of software applications and systems. You will learn how to identify and analyze user and client needs, while gaining the skills necessary to implement or create software-based solutions. Software Engineering is one of the most in-demand and fastest growing occupational fields in the country, with careers in any number of industries including technology, healthcare, automotive manufacturing, green energy, remote sensing, aeronautics and finance.