Graduate Program Manual

(Approved May 2010)

This document describes the rules and regulations of the graduate programs in the Department of Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics. Every graduate student of the Department must comply with these rules and regulations in conjunction with University regulations.

To assist the students during their tenure in the Department, and to aid them adhere to the rules and regulations, the following faculty members will serve as their Advisors unless arranged otherwise.

Area/Program Advisor Telephone No. Bldg. Room
Mechanics Area Dr. T. M. Tan 215-895-2293 Curtis Hall 155C
Systems & Control Area Dr. B. C. Chang 215-895-1790 Alumni Engineering Labs (AEL) 172C
Thermal & Fluid Sciences Area Dr. Young Cho 215-895-2425 Curtis Hall 157
Design & Manufacturing Area Dr. Jack Zhou 215-895-1480 Alumni Engineering Labs (AEL) 172E

Welcome aboard. We wish you the best in your graduate studies.

Dr. Alan Lau
Graduate Advisor
(215) 895-2377

I. General Information

II. Requirements for the M.S. Degree

III. Requirements for the Ph.D. Degree

IV. Topical Coverage in Subject Areas

V. Forms Required for M.S. and Ph.D. Degrees