The Fulton Schools of Engineering trains electrical engineers to develop emerging technologies in areas like electromagnetics, signal processing, photonics, renewable energy and power engineering. Learners studying engineering management and industrial engineering gain expertise and complementary training that enable them to understand complex technical problems and improve systems, scale business practices and iterate solutions for rapid technological innovation or changing industry needs.

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“Earning high rankings in the areas of electrical engineering, industrial engineering and engineering management is particularly important now when there is a keen focus on semiconductors and microelectronics,” says Jeff Goss, assistant dean and executive director of Global Outreach and Extended Education at ASU. “These subjects are of critical importance for advancing scientific and technological knowledge in this domain, and we are proud students the world over can access ASU engineering programs that are contributing to what has become both a national and global undertaking.”

In addition to earning high marks in overall engineering and three specialty areas, the Fulton Schools of Engineering continues to be a sought-after educational training ground for veterans and active-duty military members. U.S. News ranked ASU as No. 10 for best online engineering programs for veterans, ahead of the University of Maryland — College Park, the University of Virginia and Duke University. With access to academic resources, success advocates and a strong community of veterans — both on campus and online — the Fulton Schools fosters an environment that welcomes and empowers current and former service members to attain academic and personal success as they pursue careers after their military service.

Through its digital modalities, Fulton Schools students can earn online stackable credentials toward a graduate degree. With innovation always at the core of its educational offerings, ASU ensures students can look forward to enhanced remote-learning experiences enabled through augmented reality and virtual reality.

ASU Online students benefit from individualized guidance from the time they enroll until their graduation. Every distance learner has access to a team of enrollment counselors, financial aid and academic advisors, and success coaches. Career benefits extend beyond graduation, as remote learners retain access to the Fulton Schools Career Center, which offers career coaching, online tutorials and presentations and virtual career fairs to help graduates find opportunities to make an impact in their chosen fields.

U.S. News & World Report computed its rankings from among 118 institutions offering online master’s degrees in engineering. Schools were ranked across multiple categories, including student engagement and access to their professors and instructors, faculty credentials and training, student services and technology, student excellence and expert opinions.

See the complete list of 2023 Best Online Engineering Programs Rankings on the U.S. News & World Report website.

Lanelle Strawder

Assistant director for marketing and communications, Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering