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Ohio State engineering degrees

Master Global Engineering Leadership - 100% online degree

The Ohio State University Master of Global Engineering Leadership (MGEL) is a degree for practicing engineers who want to increase their technical expertise as well as their management acumen all in one advanced degree. With all courses delivered 100% online, you'll be prepared to lead from any level in your organization. An MGEL degree will empower you to develop a compelling vision, understand how to tackle strategic initiatives, and create more value for your business. As you learn new management and technical skills with this specially designed curriculum, you will also gain a better understanding of the business-government relationship. Learn more!

 

Master of Science Welding Engineering - 100% online degree

The domestic and global demand for welding engineers is growing rapidly. This program offers a welding engineering curriculum that results in the Master of Science in Welding Engineering (MSWE) degree. The 100% online delivery of courses makes this degree accessible to applicants around the world. The program is designed for individuals who are working in a welding engineering or welding-related job and want to achieve a graduate degree or obtain graduate credit in Welding Engineering as well as for those who want to retrain for a welding engineering related position. Learn more!

 

Master Business Logistics and Engineering

The Master of Business Logistics Engineering (MBLE) degree is currently offered jointly between the College of Engineering and the Fisher College of Business. One of only a handful of similar programs in the country, the MBLE is designed to enable students to enter the job market equally comfortable with logistics strategy, management of logistics operations, and engineering tasks such as facility design and logistics technology implementation. The MBLE program takes students beyond the classroom by providing solutions to real-world, logistics-related problems through two field study courses. Learn more!