Mechanical Engineering

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Graduate Program

The Department offers a Master of Science (M.S.) in Mechanical Engineering degree.

This program emphasizes design and application in four main areas of specialization: aerospace, mechanical systems, dynamics and control, and thermal-fluid systems. 

Faculty research interests focus on these and other areas including air pollution, bioengineering, computational fluid dynamics, energy processes, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, computer-aided design and manufacturing, and mechatronics. Practicing engineers can choose from many elective courses to meet their professional needs.

The Mechanical Engineering Department has multiple design and simulation laboratories as well as a subsonic wind tunnel, a rocket engine test cell, a manufacturing facility, and an environmental test chamber. All laboratories employ advanced Computer-Aided Engineering tools to provide the students with real-world design experiences.


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