Michigan 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.
- Houghton, MIHoughton, MI
Michigan Technological University
Graduate study in the Department of Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics (ME-EM) offers graduate students a wide range of challenging and rewarding courses of study. The PhD in Mechanical Engineering is research intensive. It can be fu...
- Houghton, MI
- Detroit, MIDetroit, MI
Wayne State University
The materials science and engineering curriculum combines the study of the relationship between the structure and properties of materials with the engineering aspect of materials production, fabrication and use. Engineering courses provide a coherent pr...
- Detroit, MI
- Mount Pleasant, MIMount Pleasant, MI
Central Michigan University
Throughout their academic and research experiences, students will be engaged with the vibrant and exciting field of materials science. CMU faculty are involved in collaborative relationships with other institutions and with industry, providing priceless...
- Dearborn, MIDearborn, MI
University of Michigan - Dearborn
Program meets the needs of engineers who intend to follow a career of technical specialists and serve as technical leaders.
- East Lansing, MIEast Lansing, MI
Michigan State University
Advanced studies are conducted in the following areas: Product and/or package damage in the physical distribution environment; Barrier characteristics of packaging systems and materials; Quality preservation and storage stability of packaged products; M...
- East Lansing, MI