College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture
MEng in Mechanical Engineering
The master of engineering (MEng) in mechanical engineering program emphasizes applied design, fundamental coursework, and development of key communication skills to meet today's industry demands and advance your career.
About the Major
The master of engineering in mechanical engineering program emphasizes applied design and stresses the development of oral, visual, and written communication skills in mechanical engineering to enable individuals to advance in their careers. The program offers fundamental as well as design-oriented specialty coursework, applied mathematics, and engineering management. You may concentrate your studies in mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, or turbomachinery engineering for the MEng degree by selecting appropriate courses available.
Degree Requirements and Options
The following courses and requirements are recommended for those pursuing the master of engineering in mechanical engineering program.
For more information, and to see a complete list of degree requirements, visit the Course Catalog.
- M 515 | Methods of Applied Mathematics I
- EM 601 | Engineering Program Management
- Core Courses (Five courses selected from mechanical engineering 500- or 600-level graduate courses)
- Elective Course (9 credits)
E2M is a unique, three-way partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture. Coursework includes applied projects, such as formulating marketing and business plans for area companies. The Engineering Applications Center assists local businesses and industries in applying new techniques, and you will become involved through application projects, symposia, and forums. You may complete either program and receive your degree immediately, without waiting to complete both.
This partnership between the Barney School of Business and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) provides a broader focus for engineers moving into management and leadership tracks. The program requires a total of 60 credits – that’s 6 fewer credits than if you pursued the degrees separately. Students can earn both a Master of Engineering (MEng) and Master of Business Administration (MBA) within the framework of Excellence in Engineering and Management (E2M) Program.
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.
|Per Credit Rate|
|Mechanical Engineering, MS, MEng
Mechanical engineering graduate students focus their studies in the following areas:
- Acoustical Engineering, Aeroacoustics, and Noise Control
- Computational Mechanical Engineering
- Energy Engineering and Sustainable Design
- Machine Design
- Manufacturing and Metrology
- Renewable Energy Systems
- Robotics Engineering
- Simulation of Physical Phenomena and Systems
- Solid Mechanics
- System Controls
- Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, and Heat Transfer
You can solve more sophisticated fundamental and applied engineering problems pertaining to engineering analysis, computation, and design. Enjoy a personalized educational experience through our small classes and interaction with industry-experienced faculty, while staying on top of the most cutting-edge advanced technology.
Work within several well-equipped laboratories including:
- Acoustics and Noise Control Laboratory with reverberation and anechoic chambers
- Turbomachinery Laboratory with low and high-speed wind tunnels, cascade, and water table
- Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer, and Energy Laboratory with a nuclear see-through reactor, heat exchangers, and HVAC system simulators
- Manufacturing and Metrology Laboratory with state-of-the-art quality control, inspection equipment, and scanning electron microscope
- Mechatronics and Robotics Laboratory
- Machine Design and Gears Laboratory
- Mechanics of Materials testing Laboratory
- Fluid Flow Laboratorywith integrated piping and pumping networks
- Computational Mechanical Engineering and Systems Simulation Laboratory with state-of-the-art facilities for conducting design and simulation projects, including facilities for multimedia presentations and web-based educational technology tools