The Mechanical Engineering Department offers graduate programs of instruction and research leading to the degrees of Master of Mechanical Engineering, Master of Materials Engineering (see separate listing of graduate program in Materials Engineering), Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy. Educational and research facilities are available to support graduate study in engineering mechanics, experimental mechanics, robotics, vibrations, dynamical systems, engineering design, engineering acoustics, computer-aided design, materials science and thermal/fluid sciences. *The applicant must hold a bachelor's degree or its equivalent from an institution of recognized standing. If the applicant's undergraduate degree is other than mechanical engineering, an individualized plan of study will be developed to impart the critical skills inherent in the bachelor's mechanical engineering program. All applicants must submit Graduate Record Examination scores for the General Test and will be evaluated on an individual basis by the Mechanical Engineering Graduate Committee.
Graduate Courses Offered 23SUM - 25SUM