M.S. in Mechanical Engineering
The Master of Science program in Mechanical Engineering is designed to offer students the opportunity to prepare for leadership roles in careers with industry, government, or educational institutions.
A thesis option is offered for research-oriented students. A non-thesis option is available for students who prefer a practice-oriented degree in engineering.
- Nationally and internationally recognized faculty working on leading research projects funded by federal agencies, as well as industry, in state-of-the-art laboratory facilities.
- Hands-on experiences and employment opportunities due to strong links with industry.
- A diverse environment with faculty, staff, and students.
- Biomechanics and Bioengineering
- Manufacturing and Enterprise Engineering
- Mechanical Systems and Design
- Mechanics and Materials
- Thermal and Fluid Systems
- Advanced Robotics and Manipulators
- Bone and Vascular Biomechanics
- Biometric Triage Monitoring
- Computational Structural Reliability
- Computational Bioengineering
- Dynamic Systems and Controls
- Explosive Device Detection and Blast Injury Effects
- Flexible Automation and RFID Applications
- Lean Manufacturing Assessment and Measurement
- Multiphase Flow
- Network-Centric Manufacturing
- Renewable Energy
- Professional engineers in R&D, Enterprise Process Engineering, Manufacturing, etc.
- Research personnel of national labs, NASA, Department of Defense.
- Manufacturing in general.
- Automobile industry.
- Aerospace industry.
- Major Defense Contractors, such as General Dynamics, Lockheed, Boeing.
Please visit the Graduate Admissions Deadline page for a list of application deadlines.