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Master's Programs

A female graduate student works on Mechanical Engineering equipment


This programs offer a choice of either a thesis track or a non-thesis track. To receive the MSE degree requires a minimum of thirty (30) credit hours of acceptable graduate work, including nine (9) credit hours of research for the thesis track.

Juan Pablo Trelles discusses Energy Engineering with a graduate student


The university offers a master of science degree in energy engineering. This unique area of concentration represents a separate multidisciplinary program that is administered jointly by the Mechanical Engineering Department and the Chemical and Nuclear Engineering Department. The energy engineering program has two M.S. degree options: renewable engineering and nuclear engineering.

Hunter Mack works with a graduate student on engineering equipment


These courses are geared towards either recent bachelor's degree graduates or professionals who want to explore an engineering specialty without making the commitment of a full-fledged graduate program.

Jaclyn Solimine presents her research


The Mechanical Engineering Department offers a combined B.S.E./M.S.E. program that is available to  juniors or seniors with a grade point average of 3.0 or better. Students normally apply to transition in the second semester of their third year as an undergraduate but can do so up until the last day of classes in their final semester before graduation.