The Master of Engineering with an option in innovation, sustainability and entrepreneurship, or ME-ISE, is geared toward students and industry professionals who are interested in the translation and transfer of technologically promising research discoveries into sustainable technologies and processes. It offers a combination of business-oriented classes and engineering courses to help engineers bridge the gap between innovative ideas and sustainable economic development strategies.
The College of Engineering was founded when the University of Arizona opened its doors in 1885. Mining was the bedrock of Arizona’s economy at that time, and educating mining engineers was a top priority – indeed, it still is.
As the state’s economy grew and diversified, the College of Engineering continued to play a pivotal role in providing the research and engineering expertise necessary for that growth.
In today’s competitive environment, graduates of the college are the entrepreneurs developing high-tech companies that are creating jobs and improving our quality of life.
An engineering education will provide the research to build new industries and the knowledge for those who run them.
College of Engineering
Arizona Global Direct - Online
University of Arizona - Main - Tucson
Arizona Online - Online
Minimum GPA: 3.0
Statement of purpose
3 letters of recommendation
TOEFL: 79 (internet-based); 550 (paper-based)
IELTS: 7 (overall band score)
Required test(s): GRE (international students)
Required GRE Subject tests:
Recommended GRE Subject tests:
Minimum GRE Verbal:
Minimum GRE Quantitative:
Minumum GRE Written:
Minimum TOEFL: 79 (internet-based); 550 (paper-based)
Minimum IELTS: 7
International applicants will not be considered for conditional admission by this program.
ETS Major Field Code(s) for this program:
Degree requirements for ME-ISE: 30 units of graduate coursework, as follows:
12 units of coursework with a focus on business and management.
Choose one from the following courses:
18 units of coursework covering advanced materials and cutting-edge developments in materials science and engineering.
12 units of required courses.
6 units of signature foundational course work.
S = Spring, F = Fall
Please refer to the Graduate Student Handbook for students who are pursuing this program of study.