Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Application Deadlines

September 1

December 15


The MS in Mechanical Engineering degree provides the technical education needed for engineering professionals in various industries such as aerospace, automotive, energy and power, utilities, petrochemical, design, manufacturing, and transportation. While the field of Mechanical Engineering encompasses this broad set of technical areas, this degree program encourages focused education in selected areas of interest.

Students in this program will choose from one of ten recommended areas of study:

  • Advanced Manufacturing Specialization
  • Combustion Specialization
  • Design Specialization
  • Dynamics and Control Specialization
  • Energy Conversion Specialization
  • Fluid Dynamics Specialization
  • Heat Transfer Specialization
  • Mechanics and Materials Specialization
  • Solid and Structural Mechanics
  • Quantitative Medical Engineering Specialization

The course program for each track listed above is designed to provide you with an education that is strong in both fundamentals and application, preparing you for doctoral programs as well as for continuing your engineering career in the industry.


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Published on July 6th, 2017

Last updated on May 3rd, 2024