The graduate program of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering offers masters and doctoral degrees in an intellectually and academically stimulating environment. Our program takes pride in both the collegial student-faculty relationship it provides and in its preparation of students for successful careers in industry, government and academia.
Our current enrollment is 175 graduate students, of which the majority of students are currently employed in leading local corporations. We take pride in a program that fosters collegial student and faculty relations and has a trade record of success. To accommodate the needs of our part-time students, we offer multiple graduate courses during evening hours.
We have 29 internationally renowned faculty members in residence, who teach and conduct research on a broad range of topics. Departmental research is loosely grouped under the following banners: Design and Control; Solid Mechanics, Materials and Structures; Fluid Mechanics; and Thermal Sciences. In addition, several distinguished colleagues from other departments are affiliated with our graduate program.
The program offers several broad areas of specialization. These include (1) Design and Control; (2) Fluid Mechanics; (3) Mechanics of Solids, Materials and Structures; and (4) Thermal Sciences. The M.Eng. program, however, allows and encourages a student to include in his/her program of study related courses from any of the areas of specialization and also relevant courses offered by other programs within the Graduate School.
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