Masters of Engineering
Masters without thesis option
The Master’s of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree is a course-based graduate program that does not include a thesis. Students in the M.Eng. program can complete graduate courses that align with their professional interests and career goals on a full-time or part-time basis. The curriculum (table below) is designed to give graduate students a strong foundation in advanced mathematics and mechanics, while also giving students the flexibility to explore topics of interest. More information on this program can be found in the Student Handbook.
|Course Number and Title||Credits|
|Mechanical Engineering and Mathematics Core
ME 501 Engineering Professional Development (1 cr)
MATH 527 Introduction to Applied Mathematics For Scientists And Engineers
Select one of the following courses:
|Mechanical Engineering Graduate Courses
Courses with ME prefix to be selected with student input and approved by the supervisory committee.
|Non-Mechanical Engineering Graduate Courses
Graduate courses in a related field. Masters students may take up to 6 credits of upper-division (300 level and above) undergraduate courses. Advisor approval required.
ME 690 Master’s Comprehensive Examination
* The graduate committee has recently approved MATH 527 as the preferred class to meet the Mathematics core requirement.