Kettering University’s MSE-Advanced Mobility Rated No. 1 Best Value Online Engineering Master’s for 2020

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Value Colleges picked the school based on reputation and the long-term and short-term career prospects offered.

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“At Kettering, we pride ourselves on delivering a high-quality education that meets employer needs today but with a constant eye on what the future may require,” Dr. Christine M. Wallace, Vice President Kettering Global, said.

Kettering University, a renowned institute of higher education offering a wide array of both on-campus and online degrees and programs, is proud to announce that it was ranked the No. 1 Best Value Online Engineering Master’s for 2020 by Value Colleges.

Known for its STEM programs that empower students to propel their careers to senior-level administration, Kettering was acknowledged by the news source as providing “students the necessary skills to perform specific tasks, such as updating software, integrating networks and systems, and managing IT teams in a fast-paced, competitive work environment.” It also noted that, “Kettering University offers one of the best online engineering Masters programs in the country for students who aren’t able to attend school on campus.”

“At Kettering, we pride ourselves on delivering a high-quality education that meets employer needs today but with a constant eye on what the future may require,” Dr. Christine M. Wallace, Vice President Kettering Global, said. “We prepare students to excel in the STEM field by providing practical applications of material and tools that go directly to workplace. This is how you create tomorrow’s innovators, by providing a solid foundation paired with practiced critical analysis. The result is the next generation of individuals poised to change industry, business and society.”

Value Colleges is a news and information source that informs students on cost, return on investment and school rankings, among many other sources of information.

The MSE Electrical and Computer – Advanced Mobility Focus is a one-of-a-kind, highly innovative program that allows engineers to advance their skills and knowledge to be the key innovators in the automotive industry that is moving solidly toward electric and autonomous vehicles. This program includes a focus on artificial intelligence, robotics and digital systems.

About Kettering University Online
Kettering University Online is dedicated to helping STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) professionals achieve the extraordinary through technological innovation, leadership and service. Its programs link transformative experiential learning opportunities to rigorous academic programs in MS Engineering-ECE-Advanced Mobility Focus, Engineering Management, Lean Manufacturing, Operations Management, Supply Chain Management, an MBA, as well as its new Data Science program. Kettering University Online also has consistently earned top-seated national recognition year over year for its degree programs by U.S. News & World Report. For more information, go to online.kettering.edu.

About Kettering University
Kettering University, formerly known as GMI, is a Flint, Michigan-based private, nonprofit university recognized as one of the nation’s premier science, technology, engineering and business leaders in higher education. Dedicated to offering a curriculum that uniquely integrates classroom learning with experiential co-operative opportunities, Kettering consistently ranks in U.S. News & World Report’s listing for elite specialty schools. The University has more than 27,000 square feet of lab and research space used by faculty, students and industry collaborators, and boasts the only ABET-accredited applied physics program in the world. It also houses the first and only FIRST Robotics Community Center on a college campus in the United States. According to a 2019 analysis of federal data ranking 4,500 schools nationwide, Kettering University degree holders have the highest lifetime return on investment (ROI) in the state of Michigan. The University celebrated its centennial year in 2019. For more information, go to kettering.edu.

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