Build your future with a Mechanical Engineering Master's program designed to promote your success.

The mechanical engineering master’s program at Stevens gives you an edge in an increasingly competitive profession where a mastery of research, design, production and testing skills is just as important as the next big idea.

This program focuses on techniques that enable the consistent creation of products through a science-based understanding of engineering materials and manufacturing processes and prepares you to solve complex engineering problems, position emerging technologies, lead the development of high-quality products, manage projects and maintain exacting standards in an ever-evolving economy.

The Stevens Advantage

Stevens was the first institution in the United States to offer a Mechanical Engineering degree. Today, mechanical engineering remains one of its strengths and a continuing source of innovation, training students for leadership positions in the automotive, medical device, additive manufacturing, renewable energy, robotics and automation, power generation and aerospace industries and many others.

Dual-Degree MBA

The mechanical engineering master's program offers two tracks of study - a master of science or a master of engineering. In addition to the M.S. and M.Eng., the program offers students the option to pursue a dual MBA degree with the Stevens School of Business.

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Mechanical Engineering Research

Mechanical Engineering research at Stevens

Stevens is a Premier Research Institution

Stevens' nationally renowned research centers discover new possibilities for innovative technology and use engineering solutions to tackle exciting, real-world challenges every day. To learn more about the research focus areas of our faculty members, as well as recent grants, contracts, awards and publications, please visit the Department of Mechanical Engineering homepage.

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