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Master's in Integrated Product Development

Program Details

Degree

Master of Engineering

Department

Mechanical Engineering

Available

On campus

Contact

Department of Mechanical Engineering1.888.511.1306[email protected]
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Learn the design, manufacture, implementation, and life-cycle issues of engineering systems.

The Integrated Product Development program is an integrated Master of Engineering degree program. The core courses emphasize the design, manufacture, implementation, and life-cycle issues of engineering systems. The remaining courses provide a disciplinary focus. The program embraces and balances qualitative, as well as quantitative, aspects and utilizes state-of-the-art tools and methodologies. It aims to educate students in problem-solving methodologies, modeling, analysis, simulation, and technical management. The program trains engineers in relevant software applications and in productive deployment and integration in the workplace.

All students in this program must complete ten courses (30 credits), comprised of four core courses and up to six elective courses selected from one of the four engineering tracks listed below. The student, with the approval of the graduate program director, may design customized tracks. Up to six elective credits may be taken in lieu of the course credits toward a project relevant to the selected track.

The Stevens Advantage

Stevens’ Hoboken, N.J., location boasts easy access to both Manhattan and the New Jersey innovation corridor, offering students ample opportunities for collaboration, networking and eventual employment opportunities.

More Advantages to the Mechanical Engineering Program

  • Customizable curriculum

  • One year fast-tracked master's program option

  • Research credit available

  • Thesis and no-thesis options

  • Evening and online courses available

  • Curricular Practical Training (CPT) available for international students

Tracks of Study

  • Armament Engineering

  • Electrical and Computer Engineering

  • Manufacturing Technologies

  • Systems Reliability and Design


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