Master of Engineering
The Master of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering is a non-thesis options Masters degree. It requires a minimum of 30 credit hours of course work at the 500-level or above and at least half of those courses should be numbered 700 or above. This course work must include the following core courses:
- EMCH 508: Intro to Finite Elements Analysis in Mechanical Engineering
- EMCH 584: Advanced Mechanics of Materials OR EMCH 532: Intermediate Dynamics
- Any two of EMCH 794: Thermodynamics, EMCH 751: Advanced Heat Transfer and ENCP 707: Continuum Mechanics
Note: All students must consult with their academic advisor and complete a Program of Study form during the first semester of enrollment. A new form must be submitted whenever it is necessary to modify the program of study.
Please refer to the Graduate Handbook for further information