Illinois 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.
- Chicago, ILChicago, IL
Illinois Institute of Technology
The Master of Science degree program advances knowledge through post-baccalaureate coursework and state-of-the-art research in preparation for careers in industrial research and development. The M.S. degree is also generally acceptable as a prerequisite...
- Urbana, ILUrbana, IL
University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign
Faculty members carry out research in many different areas, and students may choose to specialize in various aspects of materials science and engineering, including ceramics, metals, polymers, electronic materials, biomaterials and composites.
- Urbana, IL
- Madison, ILMadison, IL
University of Wisconsin - Madison
The Materials Science Program provides excellent opportunities for interdisciplinary research through its ~60 faculty leading internationally-acclaimed research programs from a broad diversity of departments throughout the UW-Madison campus. Represented...
- Carbondale, ILCarbondale, IL
Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
The Department has five well qualified faculty members and twelve staff members primarily engaged in research. The Department manages about $1,000,000 in external research funding annually. The research focuses on overcoming technical problems relating...
- Toledo, ILToledo, IL
University of Toledo
The purpose of the Ph.D. Program is to educate scholars to meet traditional & emerging standards of excellence in and contribut...