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Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Program Overview

Builds on the fundamentals of mechanical engineering typically learned in an undergraduate mechanical engineering program. Students choose among four areas of study: biomechanics, general mechanical engineering, mechanics, or thermal sciences.

The master of science in mechanical engineering builds on the fundamentals of mechanical engineering typically learned in an undergraduate mechanical engineering program. Students may choose from four areas of study: biomechanics, general mechanical engineering, mechanics, or thermal sciences.

Students pursing the master of science in mechanical engineering may choose one of three plans to complete their degree. Plan I - Master's Thesis requires 24 credit hours of formal coursework and 6 credit hours of thesis work. Plan II - Master's Report requires 27 credit hours of formal coursework plus 3 credit hours of a final project requiring a report. Plan III - Course only requires 30 credit hours of formal course work plus a final comprehensive exam.
Program Description

The master of science in mechanical engineering builds on the fundamentals of mechanical engineering typically learned in an undergraduate mechanical engineering program. Students may choose from four areas of study: biomechanics, general mechanical engineering, mechanics, or thermal sciences.

Students pursing the master of science in mechanical engineering may choose one of three plans to complete their degree. Plan I - Master's Thesis requires 24 credit hours of formal coursework and 6 credit hours of thesis work. Plan II - Master's Report requires 27 credit hours of formal coursework plus 3 credit hours of a final project requiring a report. Plan III - Course only requires 30 credit hours of formal course work plus a final comprehensive exam.
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