Mechanical Engineering Master’s Degree Curriculum Overview
The mechanical engineering master’s degree provides a solid foundation for your engineering career.
By the end of this program, students will be able to:
- Understand and leverage today's rapidly changing technological landscape to solve challenging engineering problems.
- Position emerging technologies effectively to reach business goals
- Lead innovation across organizations
We offer seven concentration options to fit your career goals and interests.
- Product Design
- Thermal, Fluids, Energy
- Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
- Medical Devices
- Robotics & Control
- Micro/Nano Systems
Every student receives a solid foundation for their degree by taking at least four required electives specific to their chosen concentration. A full list of concentrations and specific courses are available in the academic catalog.
Below are some of the typical courses available in this program.
Core Courses Include:
- Modeling and Simulation
- Engineering Analysis I
Potential Concentration and Elective Courses Include:
- Advanced Mechanics of Solids
- Advanced Structural Design
- Advanced Product Development
- Advanced Additive Manufacturing
- Design for Additive Manufacturing
- Design for Manufacturability
- Medical Device Design and Technology
- Medical Devices Manufacturing
- Introduction to Robotics
- Advanced Robotics
- Nanoscale Science and Technology
- Techniques of Surface and Nanostructure Characterization
- Thermal Systems Design
If you have existing graduate credits or experience in this area of study, contact [email protected] to discuss opportunities to include it in the curriculum.