LTU’s Master of Science in Automotive Engineering is designed not only to develop your skills as an engineer, but also to help you gain a mastery of the entire vehicle. The program focuses on the automobile as a single system in which all components and component packages are sub-systems that cannot be altered without affecting the entire automobile. From design and product engineering to system analysis and automotive manufacturing, the Master of Science in Automotive Engineering can prepare you with the skills needed to advance your career.
Geared toward graduates of accredited undergraduate mechanical or electrical engineering programs, this degree was developed to meet the needs of working professionals. Classes are conveniently offered in the evenings and the program can be completed in approximately two years. You also can choose between a coursework-only option or a thesis option, which consists of coursework and a thesis.
Dr. Kingman Yee, has is involved in many different research areas, such as manufacturing, electrochemical engineering, corrosion, and energy. Dr. Yee has published widely on his many areas of expertise in academic journals and corporate research projects. Dr. Yee is also the faculty advisor for Blue Devil Motorsports.
Dr. Kingman Yee