Master of Science (Undesignated)
The undesignated master's degree (MS) enables you to pursue a program of highly interdisciplinary coursework. For the undesignated degree, the major area is a coherent field of interest in the Woodruff School, but courses taken in the major area need not all have ME designations. Examples of major areas are acoustics and dynamics, bioengineering, materials science, MEMS, and thermal sciences. The list of major areas is limited only by the current interests of the faculty in the Woodruff School. The requirement for a major area is motivated by the need to have some coherent area of special expertise.