Master’s Accelerator Degrees
The KU Master’s Accelerator for international students offers graduate programs in the School of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts, and School of Education. To find the Master’s program that best fits your educational and career goals, explore the available degrees below.
Innovative research. State-of-the-art facilities. Talented and dedicated faculty. Distinguished alumni. You’ll find it all at the KU School of Engineering, while building the foundation for a successful career.
The KU School of Engineering is a bridge to the future. As a Master’s student, you’ll prepare to pioneer new technologies and develop solutions to problems facing the world. KU engineering faculty, students, and staff are committed to answering the call for solid interdisciplinary research and engineering education.
- Master of Civil Engineering (MCE)
- Master of Science in Civil Engineering (MS Civ Eng)
- Master of Science in Architectural Engineering (MS ARCE)
- Master of Science in Project Management (MS PMGT)
- Master of Construction Management (MCM)
- Master of Engineering in Project Management (ME PMGT)
- Master of Science in Engineering Management (MS EMGT)
Engineering programs require a high level of math proficiency. For those programs, students will be required to complete a mathematics self-evaluation and declare that they meet the minimum proficiency standard.
Click here to take a Calculus I math self-evaluation.
Click here to take a Calculus II self-evaluation.
The College of Liberal Arts & Sciences is the foundation of KU. The study of liberal arts and sciences provides an important educational foundation for all. We offer a number of International and Interdisciplinary Studies degrees through the Master’s Accelerator.
With International & Interdisciplinary Studies, you are free to explore your interests. Whether you want to know everything about a region or specialize in one culture, your Master’s degree will encourage you to analyze the issues from all angles. You can look forward to studying languages, religions, science, social sciences, humanities, and more.
Become a leader in Education. The KU School of Education is ranked the #15 Best School of Education in the country by U.S. News & World Report. Since 1909, the school has been preparing future teachers, administrators, counselors, psychologists, and health and sport professionals.
To accomplish this mission, the School of Education offers an extensive curriculum, requires faculty and students to engage in scholarly research and best practices, and provides a wide range of professional services to schools, other institutions, and individuals. We are preparing educators as leaders. Our outstanding graduate students are highly engaged in the learning process across the varying levels of study available.