M.Engr. Mechanical Engineering
The on-campus Master of Engineering degree is a more design-oriented degree. A master's thesis is not required. However, all M.E. students must complete a 3-credit design project. Students completing this degree would be well prepared to work as a project manager or project engineer in an industrial setting. The degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours and normally takes 3 to 4 semesters to complete.
The off-campus Master of Engineering degree is designed for engineers with industrial experience and a master's thesis is not required. Students completing this degree would be better prepared to work as a project manager or project engineer in an industrial setting.
Graduate Admissions Requirements
The minimum requirements to enter any of the graduate programs in mechanical engineering are:
- An undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field from an ABET-accredited U.S. program, this does not include technical degrees; and a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale.
- The GRE General Exam is recommended but not required for students with an undergraduate degree from a U.S. ABET-accredited program. The GRE General Exam is required for all other applicants. Minimum scores required: Verbal 151, Quantitative 153, Analytical Writing 4.0.
- The TOEFL (minimum score: internet based 79, paper based 550), or an equivalent test, is required for all students whose primary language is not English.
- All applicants are required to submit 3 letters of recommendation, a 1-2 page Statement of Career Objectives and a 1-2 page Curriculum Vitae/Resume.
If you are interested in applying for graduate admission, go to the Graduate Admissions website for additional information.
If you are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Mechanical Engineering and have any questions about the requirements listed above, please contact Molly Steiner by phone at 111-111-4279 or via email.
Applicants to any of the graduate programs are reviewed on a case-by-case basis by the department's graduate committee. Some applicants who have a baccalaureate degree in a field other than mechanical engineering may be required to complete certain undergraduate deficiency courses before they will be allowed to take graduate level courses.