Fall 2022 MS Curriculum Update
Revised requirements outlined below will apply only to students entering the MS in Mechanical Engineering program in Fall of 2022 and later. Students who entered the program earlier should see pre-2022 requirements.
For course descriptions, please refer to the Course Catalog unless otherwise indicated.
12 credits (4 courses) from any of the following three Selected Cores. At minimum, one two-course sequence, as grouped by A, B, C, D (or two of three in the case of 2B) must be taken from any of these Selected Cores.
(2) Thermal and Fluid Sciences
(3) Systems and Control
(4) Design and Manufacturing
Applied Analytical Methods courses (6 credits)
- MEM 591 Applied Engineering Analysis Methods I (3 Credits)
- MEM 592 Applied Engineering Analysis Methods II or
- MEM 593 Applied Engineering Analysis Methods III
- (3 Credits) Selection Depends On The Student's Interests Or Needs In Research
Technical elective courses (27 credits)
- 6 credits (2 courses) must be from MEM (5xx or higher)
- 21 credits (7 courses) can include up to 9 credits of independent study/research
27 Elective Credits
- 6 Credits (2 courses) must be from MEM (5xx or higher).
- 21 credits (7 courses) can include up to 9 credits of independent study/research.
MEM 898 + Elective Credits
- A minimum of 9 and up to 15 credits of Master's Thesis (MEM 898) taken with a Faculty Advisor.
- At least 12 and up to 18 credits (two of which must be from MEM 5xx or higher).
Your graduate advisor and faculty will guide your course selection and scheduling of core and elective courses.