Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Master's Programs in EngineeringThe Department of Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Science offers programs of study and research leading to the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) and the Master of Science in Engineering (MSE). The MSME program of study is for students who have completed a BSME degree while the MSE degree offers a more generic program of study for students who may not possess a baccalaureate degree in mechanical engineering.

At the master's level, the program is broad based, allowing students to develop expertise in a number of areas including metrology, precision engineering, bioengineering, motorsports and automotive engineering, energy engineering, manufacturing, thermal and fluid sciences, solid mechanics, instrument design, materials engineering and science, and mechanical control and instrumentation.

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The objectives of the MSME and MSE program are:

  • To provide our students with the opportunity to develop a breadth of knowledge in mechanical engineering so that they can adapt to the changing requirements of the technological workplace.

  • To produce graduates who are able to practice as mechanical engineers with advanced skills and serve state, regional, and national industries.

  • To prepare graduates for personal and professional success, both as individuals and in team environments.

Application Deadlines

Fall Semester (August)
Priority Application Submission: March 1st
Final Application Submission: August 15th
Recommended Acceptance for International Students: May 1st

Spring Semester (January)
Priority Application Submission: October 1st
Final Application Submission: January 1st

Recommended Acceptance for International Students: November 1st

Acceptance Deadlines

Fall Semester (August) - July 1st
Spring Semester (January) - November 1st

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