Mechanical Engineering Master of Science
Master the mechanics of artificial and natural engineering processes, and learn to guide a product from an idea to the marketplace in the Mechanical Engineering Master of Science in the College of Engineering. Gain an advanced understanding of engineering concepts from mechanics to alternative and renewable energy to materials engineering. You’ll also develop a working knowledge of materials and technology used in mechanical engineering.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering is small, offering you a concentrated master’s program in an intimate environment that fosters interaction with faculty with expertise in biomedical engineering, material science and engineering, mechanics, robotics, and other areas. Work closely with a faculty advisor who will help you chart a course for your studies to achieve your academic and professional goals. You’ll also graduate with the professional preparation and leadership abilities to become more competitive in the marketplace and move your career to the next level.
The Mechanical Engineering master’s degree is aimed at students with undergraduate degrees in the field who want to pursue careers in industrial research and development.
The Mechanical Engineering MS requires a minimum of 30 credit hours.
Classes & Curriculum
The flexible program allows you to choose to study on a part- or full-time basis. Courses are offered in the evening to accommodate the schedules of working professionals.
Choose to complete your degree with a thesis, project or advanced coursework.