The Graduate Program in Mechanical Engineering provides our students with an educational experience grounded in the engineering sciences and focused on producing a professional capable of systematically applying those sciences to solve real-world problems.
Our program encompasses advanced study and research in the areas of applied mechanics, control of dynamical systems, materials science, thermal and fluid sciences, and biomedical engineering. We are also home to the college's interdisciplinary program in Aerospace Engineering. Degree programs include:
- the Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering.
- the Master of Science (thesis and non-thesis programs) in Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering.
- the Master of Science in Subsea Engineering.
Qualified applicants should have backgrounds in engineering, mathematics, and the physical sciences. Part-time graduate study is encouraged, and several of our graduate courses are offered as evening classes (4:00 PM and later). Detailed information regarding the requirements for thesis program can be found on accompanying pages.
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