Robert Chang's research centers around biofabrication, computer-aided tissue engineering, biometric tissue-based design and more.
Build the future in a program engineered 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.
Stevens was the first institution in the United States to offer a degree in mechanical engineering. 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.