Campus Industrial & Mechanical Engineering Graduate Programs
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.
he M.S. Textile Engineering program is intended to develop the graduate student’s knowledge in the advanced fields of textile science and engineering.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers programs leading to the Master of Science (MS), Master of Engineering (MEng), and PhD in mechanical engineering.
The M.S. in Mechanical Engineering is designed to provide students with the opportunity to develop a greater technical competency in several major concentrations of practice in mechanical engineering.
The Systems Engineering Management program immerses students at the intersection of management and engineering, preparing them to create solutions and affect change in today’s complex world.
Mechanical Engineering is a very broad and versatile profession.
This program is designed to prepare an individual for management opportunities in the transportation industry.
Mechanical engineering is the broadest of the engineering disciplines, and lies at the core of engineering design and engineering practice. The Mechanical Engineering program at Johns Hopkins seeks to develop engineering professionals who can both strengthen the core of the discipline and who can lead the profession in a time of rapid change.
These certificate programs are intended for engineers who seek advanced training in these focus areas, but do not wish to embark on an advanced degree...
The advanced certificate in Lean Six Sigma is aimed primarily at quality engineers, other engineers, process-improvement facilitators, or those who aspire to such positions.
Our 30-credit Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering combines fundamental concepts with modern applications to prepare you for future research and development opportunities.
The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering reflects the increasingly interdisciplinary nature of the practice of engineering.