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Rigorous and flexible.

Located between Washington, D.C. and Baltimore, the University of Maryland is conveniently located for working engineers. Students taking classes on campus can leverage the A. James Clark School of Engineering's state-of-the-art facilities, such as Terrapin Works and the Maryland Cybersecurity Center, and work with faculty at the leading edge of engineering. 

Consistently ranked top 20 by U.S. News & World Report Best Online Engineering Graduate programs, our academically rigorous online graduate program options are designed specifically for working engineers. 

Our online courses and programs follow a traditional weekly schedule, and some programs do require weekly conferences. With advanced technology and learning tools, online courses through Maryland Applied Graduate Engineering let you balance work, family, and life, while advancing your career to the next level. 


The following programs are offered completely online. 


Distance Education Technology & Services

Distance Education Technology & Services (DETS) delivers graduate and undergraduate engineering programs, and specific short courses, seminars, and lectures to individuals and organizations throughout the world, as well as provide students and faculty on the College Park campus with technology and associated services designed to compliment the on-campus learning experience.

Check out some sample courses to see how classes are made available to you.


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DETS facilities include video fiber circuit access and six technology-enhanced studio classrooms ranging in size from 17-122 students.