Alabama Campus Doctorate and PhD Programs in Industrial & Mechanical Engineering
While studying for a doctorate degree in mechanical engineering, you typically will take courses in mathematics, physical science, engineering and design. Some programs focus more on technology and the practical application of engineering as well.
- Columbia, ALColumbia, AL
University of Missouri - Columbia
The master's degree program requires a minimum of 30 credit hours, including a maximum of 9 or 6 hours of thesis or project work. The doctoral degree program requires a minimum of 72 credit hours beyond the bachelor's degree.
- Tuscaloosa, ALTuscaloosa, AL
University of Alabama
Graduate degrees offered at the master's and Ph.D. levels; 13 - 15 Faculty members; fellowships as well as teaching and research assistantships available for superior students.
- Tuscaloosa, AL
- Tuskegee, ALTuskegee, AL
The Ph.D. Program in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) is the first such program on the Tuskegee University campus. Building upon excellence in...
- Huntsville, ALHuntsville, AL
University of Alabama - Huntsville
The Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering offers major options and associated minors in the subject areas of operations research, systems engineering, engineering management, manufacturing systems, quality engineering, and systems simulati...
- Huntsville, AL
- Greenville, ALGreenville, AL
The program offers courses of study leading to the MS and the PhD degrees in automotive engineering. The automotive engineering program emphasizes the hands-on educational experience using the vehicular systems and sub-systems as platforms for intens...