Applications Closed for Fall 2017; Next Application Cycle will be for Spring 2018
SJSU’s Master of Science in Engineering, specialization in Battery Technologies is a first of its kind degree program designed to meet the demand for skilled expertise in the battery industry. Courses prepare working professionals and motivated students for careers in the rapidly evolving field of battery technology. Topics range from battery technology basics and manufacturing, to market dynamics and policy considerations.
Hands-on opportunities to conduct research and market analysis with local firms on the cutting-edge of the battery industry prepares our graduates with the skills and experience they need to advance their careers. If you are interested in pursuing a Master of Science in Engineering, specialization in Battery Technologies degree, and you have a background in engineering or a closely related field, complete our prequalification form to get started.
After completing a prequalification form, check out SJSU's graduate admission requirements.
- Outstanding Faculty: Industry leaders and academic experts offer a wide range of practical knowledge and experience in engineering and software development.
- Location, Location, Location: All courses are offered in Silicon Valley near high-tech employers. No need to commute to the SJSU campus!
- Convenient Schedules: Class schedules are designed for working professionals who want to earn advanced degrees through accelerated programs.
- Affordable Education: San Jose State University offers an outstanding educational value, and many local businesses will pay partial or full tuition for employees who enroll in graduate degree programs.
- The Master of Science in Engineering, specialization in Battery Technologies program is designed for working professionals and motivated students.
- Courses are offered at a variety of convenient locations in Silicon Valley. Each course is eight weeks long, meeting one night a week and two Saturday sessions per class.
- Each course is eight weeks long, meeting one night a week and two Saturday sessions per class.
- Classes are delivered year-round in spring, summer and fall.
- There are 10 courses, for a total of 30 graduate-level units that fulfill the requirements for earning a Master of Science in Engineering degree. In addition, a student must also satisfy the Graduate Writing Assessment Requirement.