January 2018: Apply by April 15 (international applicants) or May 15 (domestic applicants) for the Engineering Department’s new Master of Engineering in Railway Engineering program. This non-thesis master’s degree can be earned in 3 semesters. This degree helps address growth in the rail industry which has led to a substantial demand for a new generation of professionals educated in the principles of railway engineering. It provides a broad interdisciplinary education in railway engineering for a variety of professional career-track students. For more program details, click here.