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Master's in Engineering without an Undergrad Engineering Degree

TimKenichiTimKenichi Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
Hi everyone

My undergrad is in business and I have an MBA. I want to get an engineering degree but I realize that I won't be qualified for a master's in engineering without an undergrad engineering degree, at least from the

I work in the energy sector and an engineering degree would definitely help. What are my options at this point? Do I have to go through the entire bachelor degree all over again? I heard that there are "engineering transition programs" out there that allow non-engineering undergrads to go for a master's in engineering by fulfilling some prerequisites. But I don't know exactly which school would offer that. Please help. Thanks!

TK

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