Graduate Studies

Graduate study options are available within all College of Technology disciplines. Note that some departments have their own M.S. degrees (AT, BCM, CGT, CIT, IT), while others are an extension of the College of Technology M.S. degree. The college also provide a Ph.D. degree that allows students to focus in any of our academic departments.

Graduates become leaders in business and industry and many pursue entrepreneurial and consulting opportunities. Graduate alumni are employed by some of the top Fortune 500 companies, including Arthur Andersen, Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Delco Electronics, Symbol Technologies, Eli Lilly, and Northern Telecom.

Preparing future faculty is also a mission of the College of Technology graduate program. Among the postsecondary institutions with Purdue College of Technology graduate alumni are Tennessee Technological University, East Tennessee State University, The University of Houston, Georgia Southern University, Ohio State University, Western Illinois University, Bemidji State University, Ferris State University, Eastern Michigan University, and Purdue University.

Use the links below for degree-specific resources.