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2020 Springboard Graduate Scholarship
An Engineering Master's Program That Works for You, With You — and Wherever You Are
In times of economic turmoil, it’s essential that our graduates have options, especially as companies start tightening their belts, and a once strong engineering job market becomes increasingly smaller.
That's why UConn School of Engineering Professional Education Master of Engineering Program is proud to offer a unique proposition exclusively to our UConn School of Engineering Class of 2020 (Spring and Summer)—the 2020 Springboard Graduate Scholarship—a unique piece of financial aid, for full-time applicants who meet all graduate school requirements, that reduces your out-of-pocket expenses for a Master’s of Engineering degree by 65%, for up to one calendar year.
For our School, it’s essential that we offer you this generous scholarship in your time of need, and we urge you to consider continuing your education here. The decision to offer this to our seniors was a combined response from our faculty and leadership to immediately give back, especially in an hour of lost experiences and hardship.
Not only will an advanced degree set you apart from other job applicants, when you enter the workforce, but it will give you an edge as you progress in your career when it comes to promotions and future earned salary.
- Advanced Systems Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering (structural focus)
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Data Science
- Electrical and Computer Engineering
- Environmental Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Materials Science and Engineering
The 30-credit/10 course Master of Engineering degree enhances an engineer’s technical and professional development skills through graduate level coursework:
- 3, professional development courses, 9-credits
- 1, final capstone project, 3-credits
- 6, technical concentration courses, 18-credits
Scholarships will be available for coursework being completed within 1 year
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