Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) in Engineering Mechanics
The master of engineering in Engineering Mechanics is an intensive one-year, 30-credit program requiring completion of a practical project or extended paper. This interdisciplinary program is ideal for an engineer with a bachelor's degree in one or more of the following disciplines: aerospace, agricultural, architectural, biomedical, chemical, civil, engineering science, industrial, materials science, mechanical and nuclear engineering, and physics.
This professional master’s degree program provides students with a strong foundation in engineering mechanics that can be applied across a broad range of disciplines and applications in both academia and industry.
- 27 course credits: 3-credit 400/500-level classes
- 3 independent study credits (E SC/E MCH 496/596)
- 1 seminar credit (E SC/E MCH 514)
For more detailed information on the one-year M.S. in Engineering Mechanics, please refer to the Graduate Programs Guide.