College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture

MEng in Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering program emphasizes applied design and stresses communication to allow individuals to advance in their careers.

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The Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering program offers specialty course work, applied mathematics, engineering management, and design project independent study. Through this program, you will feel prepared to advance in your engineering career.

Degree Requirements and Options

The following courses and requirements are recommended for those pursuing the Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering program. See more in the course catalog.

Core Classes

  • M 515 | Methods of Applied Mathematics I
  • EM 601 | Engineering Program Management

Specializations

Mechanical Engineering

Earn your Masters of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering. Learn more.

Manufacturing Engineering

Focus on understanding, analyzing and improving complex industrial, manufacturing and infrastructure systems. Learn more.

Turbomachinery Engineering

Focus on the design, analysis and optimization of turbomachinery components. Learn more.

 

Engineering and Business Combined Program

E2M is a unique, three-way partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, and extending to a third party—business and industry in Greater Hartford.

The E2M program is the first double-degree program in Connecticut in engineering and management, enabling full- and part-time engineering graduate students to earn both a Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) and a Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.). Learn more.

Career Outlook

Stefan Keilich ‘18 M. Eng

Our graduate students have an opportunity to collaborate with faculty on research impacting today’s engineering field. Stefan Keilich B.S.M.E. ‘18, M. Eng '19, worked with CETA professors Tom Eppes and Ivana Milanovic through a faculty/student engagement grant on research for ‘Design of an Electro-Osmotic Microfluidic Mixer.’ The individuals presented this paper at the 2018 COMSOL Conference in Newton, MA last fall.

Admission Requirements

Interested in enrolling in the Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering program under the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA)? Here is what you need to submit your application.

Meet the Mechanical Engineering Department

Claudio Campana
Applied Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Howard Canistraro
Associate Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Robert D. Celmer
Program Director, Acoustical Engineering Program; Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Edward Diehl
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Suhash Ghosh
Associate Director, Center for Manufacturing and Metrology; Associate Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Reihaneh Jamshidi
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Christopher Jasinski
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Eoin A. King
Coordinator, Honors Program; Associate Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Ivana Milanovic
Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Enrico Obst
Visiting Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Mark Orelup
Adjunct Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Allan Penda
Adjunct Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Chittaranjan Sahay
Vernon D. Roosa Distinguished Professor; Director, Center for Manufacturing and Metrology
Mechanical Engineering
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Paul Slaboch
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Akin Tatoglu
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Kamau Wright
Assistant Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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Cy Yavuzturk
Department Chair; Program Director, Mechanical Engineering; Director, Clean Energy Institute; Professor
Mechanical Engineering
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