The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers courses of study leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. The department offers an Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s program for students who wish to combine their undergraduate studies with a master’s degree and thesis. Graduate certificates in Mechatronics and in Computational Thermal/Fluid Dynamics consist of a sequence of four graduate courses in a specific technical area. Credits from a graduate certificate apply to the M.S. degree program.
Post-Baccalaureate certificates in Mechatronics and in Computational Thermal/Fluid Dynamics
Design, Manufacturing and Engineering Systems
Solid Mechanics and Materials Engineering
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Part-Time or Full-Time: Full-time, Part-Time
Online or On Campus: On Campus
Required for domestic students:
Undergraduate GPA required: for MS Program >= 3.0 ; for PhD Program >= 3.3 (on 4.0 scale)
GRE Test is optional
Required for international students:
GRE: Minimum Quantitative Score: MS = 148; PhD = 153
TOEFL: Minimum 80 (IBT) or IELTS 6.5 (No Provisional English Proficiency Admissions provided)
Undergraduate GPA required for: MS >= 3.0 ; PhD >= 3.3 (on 4.0 scale).
Undergraduate degree in mechanical, aerospace, environmental, or chemical engineering strongly recommended.
Term of Admission: Fall and Spring
Domestic Application Deadlines: June 1 and November 1
International Application Deadlines: January 1 and May 1
Main Contact Info: 410-455-3330
Graduate Program Director:
Charles Eggleton, 410-455-3330, email@example.com
Graduate Program Coordinator:
Chuck Smithson, 410-455-3357, firstname.lastname@example.org