Master's Program Requirements
The program consists of eight required courses and two electives.
Required Core Courses
- ENGR 6120 - Applied Engineering Mathematics
- ME 6210 - Advanced Manufacturing
- ME 6220 - Advanced Solid Mechanics
- ME 6230 - Advance Engineering Thermodynamics
- ME 6240 - Applied Engineering Design
- ME 6250 - Advanced Dynamics and Vibrations
- ME 6260 - Advanced Engineering Heat Transfer
- ME 6270 - Advance Fluid Mechanics and Computational Fluid Dynamics
Any two 3-credit hour graduate-level courses as long as they are 6000 or above and approved by the ME graduate program coordinator.
The following courses are approved electives for the MSME program:
- SYE 6010 - Project Management Processes
- QA 6602 - Total Quality
- SYE 6005 - Introduction to Systems Engineering
- ME 6800 - Master’s Project
The MSME program has four elective courses. Therefore, it is best to take elective courses in the following order (especially for international students who are required to maintain full-time status):
- Fall Semesters: SYE 6005 - Introduction to Systems Engineering (offered in fall only)
- Spring Semesters: SYE 6010 - Project Management Processes (offered in fall and spring)
- Summer Semesters: QA 6602 - Total Quality (offered in summer and fall)
- ME 6800 Master’s Project is also offered, which can be taken as an elective (3-credit hours) for the MSME program. MSME students will need to contact a faculty member to sign off on supervising the project.