Engineering Graduate Programs
We offer two Master's degrees that will give you the skills you need to pursue a professional career in mechanical, civil or environmental engineering. The Master degrees in Mechanical Engineering provide two areas of specializations: thermal-fluids (a branch of science and engineering that consists of combustion, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and thermodynamics) as well as solid mechanics. The Master degrees in Civil Engineering offer two specialization opportunities, in Structures and Transportation. The Master degrees may be pursued on a coursework only track (MEng), on a project track (24 credits of coursework and up to 6 credits of project) (also MEng) or on a thesis track (MSc).
In addition, the Mechanical Engineering department offers the opportunity to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy in Bioengineering (PhD) and Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Sustainable Systems (PhD). The PhD in Bioengineering provides advanced training in research through focused coursework and extensive research experience, using an integrative and interdisciplinary approach. The PhD in Engineering Sustainable Systems is designed for students interested in understanding the economic, societal and environmental implications of engineering systems.