Mechanical Engineering Doctoral Program
DegreeDoctor of Philosophy
ContactGraduate Admissions1.888.511.1306[email protected]
Gain industry-leading expertise in robotics, bioengineering, nanomaterials, sustainable energy systems and more with a Ph.D. from Stevens.
The oldest mechanical engineering degree-granting institution in the country Stevens continues to emphasize technological innovation as a pillar in its curriculum. As a Ph.D. student, you’ll build quality academic credentials and contribute to major engineering advances while working alongside nationally renowned faculty.
In Stevens’ cutting-edge labs and facilities, you’ll delve into advanced, experimental research in fluid, thermal, structural and materials engineering. You’ll graduate with a strong record of solving and managing advanced, multidisciplinary problems with roots in real-world engineering challenges.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers dynamic opportunities to explore leading-edge research within a close community of faculty mentors. You'll be able to study under a faculty mentor in the area that you find most exciting:
Thermal, Fluid, and Energy Systems
Robotics and Autonomous Systems
Biomechanics and Biomechatronics
Mechanical Engineering Research at Stevens
Major advantages of studying mechanical engineering at a premier research institution like Stevens include support for your ideas, great mentors and the best tools for your research. Learn more about research in the Department of Mechancial Engineering.
The Stevens Advantage
Stevens’ location is ideal for doctoral students seeking to break into industry. Our proximity to both Manhattan and the New Jersey innovation corridor puts you near leading pharmaceutical corporations, medical device manufacturers, telecommunication facilities and energy-related firms who routinely recruit Stevens mechanical engineering graduates.
More Advantages to Our Program
Advanced research opportunities
Collaborative research environment
State-of-the-art research laboratories