The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering is designed to advance the student's knowledge in several areas of engineering. Each program provides breadth through its pre-requisite minors and electives, while permitting the student to achieve indepth understanding of one of several areas of specialization.
Department of Mechanical Engineering currently offers MS program, specializing in Design Engineering. New specializations, have also been planned in “Power Engineering”, and “Combustion and Flow Dynamics” and “Manufacturing Engineering” in fall 2010 semester.Master degree is awarded after the completion of 30 credit hours, 24 of these are course-work related. The remaining 6 credits hours are optional. Student can earn these credits by either taking additional course work (two courses) or doing research work. The research is completed upon submission of the research thesis and its defense before the faculty.