The M.Engr. degree is a practice-oriented degree requiring 36 semester hours distributed in the three areas of Engineering Design, Analysis and Synthesis; Advanced Mathematics, Basic Science and Engineering Science and Design; and courses chosen to complement specified portions of the program and provide a meaningful total program. Candidates for the M.Engr. degree whose native language is not English must have a minimum score of 40 on the Test of Spoken English (TSE). Certification for graduation may be obtained via remedial work if the minimum is not met. Students whose native language is not English who have not taken the TSE must attempt the TSE prior to the end of their second semester.