The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers courses of study leading to M.S. and Ph.D. degrees. The department offers an Accelerated 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 Certificate in Computational Thermal/Fluid Dynamics (Gainful Employment Info)
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 September 1
Main Contact Info: 410-455-3330
Graduate Program Director:
Carlos Romero-Talamas, 410-455-8049, firstname.lastname@example.org
Graduate Program Coordinator:
Connie Bailey, 410-455-3357, email@example.com