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Mechanical Engineering


MS Concentrations: Design and Dynamic Systems; Manufacturing and Material Engineering; Thermal and Fluids Systems; Aerospace Systems

The Master of Science program in Mechanical Engineering prepares students for leadership in the practice of Mechanical Engineering. The program includes the study of scientific and technical principles underlying modern engineering practice and advanced mathematical techniques needed for their application in research and design.

Four areas are offered as specializations: Design and Dynamic Systems; Manufacturing and Material Engineering; and Thermal and Fluids Systems and Aerospace Systems. In each area there are specific course requirements to be met; all four specializations encompass Engineering Design.

Admission as a classified graduate student in Mechanical Engineering requires:

  • a Bachelor of Science degree in Engineering or Computer Science;
  • a minimum GPA of 3.0 in upper division engineering courses; and

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