Cincinnati Campus Master Degrees in Mechanical Engineering
Students with a masters degree in mechanical engineering could pursue careers in various fields, ranging from computer and electronic product manufacturing to machinery manufacturing. A local campus-based masters program provides students with the opportunities to network with peers, learn from expert professors, and take advantage of top-notch laboratory equipment utilizing the latest technology.
- Oxford, OHOxford, OH
he School of Engineering and Applied Science offers a Master of Science in Computational Science and Engineering.
- Cincinnati, OHCincinnati, OH
University of Cincinnati
The program has a long tradition of conducting leading-edge experimental research in modal analysis. Recruitment of several outstanding faculty (including two NSF Career Development Awardees and one chaired professorship) in the past ten years has led t...
- 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...
- Dayton, OHDayton, OH
Wright State University