Indiana Doctorates and PhDs in Mechanical Engineering
A doctorate in mechanical engineering can be used in a variety of fields and industries, including information technology, automobile, aeronautics, and medicine. Learn more about the coursework in these programs today. A mechanical engineering graduate school will typically encourage students to focus their program on areas of particular interest such as renewable or alternative energy, manufacturing, fluid and thermal systems, mechanical design, or bioengineering and nanotechnology. You will want to consider your interests and career goals as well as the faculty expertise at the graduate schools of mechanical engineering you are considering.
- Notre Dame, INNotre Dame, IN
University of Notre Dame
- Lawrence, INLawrence, IN
University of Kansas
Areas of study in mechanical engineering include computer-integrated manufacturing andbehavior of materials, computational mechanics and finite element analysis, heat transfer and thermal-fluid system design, mechanical system design and analysis,roboti...
- Dayton, INDayton, IN
University of Dayton
The 33-hour engineering mechanics program, leading to a Master of Science (M.S.), consists of twelve semester hours in engineering mechanics; nine elective hours in engineering mechanics; six semester hours in mathematics; and six hours of research on a...