LOUISVILLE, Ky. – To meet local demand, the University of Louisville’s Speed Scientific School will begin offering night classes that lead to master’s degrees in engineering.
Area employers and employees have sought an academic program that would permit workers to keep their jobs while pursuing the graduate degree at night. Previously, master’s level coursework in engineering had been offered in daytime classes only; those classes will continue in addition to the ones at night.
Starting this fall, students can begin evening coursework toward master’s degrees in any of the following Speed School degree programs: chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, computer engineering and computer science, industrial engineering and mechanical engineering, as well as engineering management.
Potential students can call the Speed Scientific School dean’s office to be directed to the correct department to begin the enrollment process. The application period is under way; students should allow for time to process their applications before fall classes begin Aug. 20.