Mechanical Engineering Masters Degree

The Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) is designed to meet the needs of both part-time working professionals and full-time students seeking to pursue advanced studies in mechanical engineering. The MSME can help advance careers or meet increasing professional licensure requirements.

The hybrid (classroom or online) program consists of advanced general mechanical engineering courses and graduate-level electives that increase knowledge, skills and competency in their fields your chosen field of mechanical engineering. This 30-credit hour program involves eight (8) required courses covering major areas of mechanical engineering e.g. solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, thermodynamics, design, manufacturing, dynamics and vibrations, and computational mechanics.

Two elective courses are required to assure interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary knowledge in areas like project management and engineering research.

With a Masters in Mechanical Engineering, graduates can apply their your new knowledge in a variety of industries including aerospace, automotive, biomedical, energy, manufacturing, robotics, and thermal systems. Due to advancements in technology, companies are increasingly seeking advanced knowledge from their workforce. This program intends to provides that knowledge, with a reasonable balance among work, school and life.

This program is available both online and on campus.