Engineering and technical employees at Lockheed Martin's Space Systems Company can earn advanced degrees from the University of Denver, Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Engineering & Computer Science (Ritchie School) through convenient, part-time programs.
Mechatronics Degree Program
Earn a Master of Science in Mechatronic Systems Engineering with coursework emphasizing a systems engineering approach to management of personnel and components. These specialized degree program include:
- Mechanical, Electrical & Computer Engineering
- Project Management
- Redundant Systems
- Design Optimization
- Take the two required 10-week Technical Development Courses (Space Systems Design & Engineering Overview I and II) on-site at Lockheed, and these credits apply to the degree requirements.
- Meet one evening a week for classes taught by Ritchie School faculty in cooperation with Lockheed experts.
- Take a one-week refresher course, if a student wants a mathematics and/or physics review.
Additional Degree and Certificate Programs
You can earn other master's degrees, certificates and a PhD through courses taught at Lockheed and on the DU campus.
All qualified Lockheed Martin employees may:
- Apply to take onsite Technical Development Courses (TDC), as well as other on-site and off-site courses.
- Apply academic credit earned in the TDC courses to a Certificate in Systems Engineering even if you do not wish to earn a degree.
- Pay your tuition at the end of each course when the company tuition reimbursement can be used for the payment.
- Use Lockheed Program video resources
For more information, contact Jim Paradise at Lockheed.