The University of Texas at Austin

Professional Development


Mechanical Engineering

Center for Lifelong Engineering Education (CLEE)

Many of the foremost corporations in the world come to the Cockrell School of Engineering for ongoing training and education of their workforce. To address these needs, the Cockrell School has established the Center for Lifelong Engineering Education (CLEE) to develop professional education programs led by engineering faculty and leading industry experts to provide results-based programs with immediately applicable tools.

Professional Development

Specialized, in-depth training is available through our application-oriented programs in:

  • Construction & Forensics
  • Environmental & Energy
  • Engineering Business & Leadership
  • Software & Technology

Master's Degree Programs

For working professionals interested in re-engineering their careers, we offer two weekend Master's degrees:

  • Engineering Management: Engineers with a bachelor's degree can now earn a Master of Science degree in Engineering Management online from the Cockrell School of Engineering. The two-year degree for working professionals, will debut in August 2012.
  • Software Engineering: This master degree program provides students with the knowledge and skills to deliver robust, advanced, on-time and in-budget software systems for their organization.

Professional Development Contact

Cath Polito
Executive Director
cpolito@mail.utexas.edu
Direct: 512-232-5172

Master's Program Contact

Murray Altman-Kaough
Senior Program Coordinator
mak@engr.utexas.edu

512-232-5169 (Direct)