Mechanical Engineering Graduate Programs
The M.E. - Mechanical Eng. specialization offers two areas of focus: Industrial Engineering/Operations Research and Materials.
Graduate studies in engineering at the University of Hartford lead to the Master of Engineering (M.Eng.). The program emphasizes applied design and stresses communication, which is very important for a successful career.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers programs leading to the Master of Science (MS), Master of Engineering (MEng), and PhD in mechanical engineering.
The master of science degree in mechanical engineering is awarded upon successful completion of an approved graduate program consisting of a minimum of 30 semester credit hours.
UNH's master of science degree in mechanical engineering is intended to meet the needs of professionally employed engineers and scientists for academic work beyond the baccalaureate level.
Focuses on enhancing expertise and creativity in product design and development. First establishes a foundation in design for manufacturability (dfM).
The graduate program in ME is designed to provide advanced studies for the graduate engineer who wishes to continue preparation for effective particip...
Our 30-credit Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering combines fundamental concepts with modern applications to prepare you for future research and development opportunities.
Instruction and research areas include dynamic systems and controls (including automotive system dynamics), energy systems (including fluid mechanics,...
The department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering offers graduate study leading to the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
The Graduate School brings together faculty members and post-baccalaureate students into a community of scholars with a common interest in advanced pr...
Specialize in engineering mechanics, fatigue/fracture, biomechanics/biomaterials, thermal engineering, fluid mechanics, energy, controls, mechatronics, or engineering materials (plastics, composite materials and nanomaterials).
At Iowa State, you'll have the opportunity to choose from a wide variety of research topics in the areas of thermal systems, mechanical systems, virtu...
Applied physics and materials science; combustion, propulsion, and energy conversion; fluid mechanics; systems and control/flight sciences and technology; energy and environmental policy; mechanics and materials...