2009-2010 Graduate Catalog 
    Feb 28, 2020  
2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Mechanical Engineering

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The Mechanical Engineering Department offers courses for the degree Master of Science in Engineering. Also, course offerings can be used in co-major or minor programs for students of other departments. The graduate program in engineering with an emphasis of M.E. concentrates on advanced study, including design and research, in such areas as thermofluid science, solid mechanics and dynamics, and industrial and quality control engineering. Students are encouraged to broaden their education by participating in supporting programs in established departments such as mathematics, computer science and other fields of engineering.

Available Options for Graduate Degrees

Master of Science: Option A
                               Option B
                               Option C

Additional Admission Requirements

GRE: Not required
TOEFL: Department requirement of 525 paper based, 197 computer-based, 71 Internet-based

Core Requirements for Master of Science

See the formal course offerings for Master of Science in Engineering.

General Requirements (Master’s Degree)

Graduate students should consult with their advisor before registering for graduate work.

See Master’s Degree Requirements.

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