M.S. Mechanical Engineering
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a Master of Science degrees in Mechanical and Bioengineering and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Engineering. Courses are organized into key areas of research: Alternative and Renewable energy, Biomechanics, Material Science, dynamical systems & control and thermal & fluid science.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers graduate level education and research concentrations in the following:
- Advanced Materials
- Dynamic systems and controls
- Energy systems
- Thermal and Fluid Engineering
Students can concentrate in any one of the above areas by taking appropriate courses and conducting research leading to a Master of Science (MS) in Mechanical Engineering.
The departments research facilities include a Composites laboratory, subsonic wind tunnel, flow visualization laboratory, data acquisition and controls laboratory, bioengineering and biomaterials center, biomechanics laboratory, biofluidics laboratory.
A large selection of courses is offered in the areas of research specialization. In addition to courses offered by the department, the students are encouraged to take courses outside the department in an effort to foster multidisciplinary research. The curriculum offers much flexibility to students who are from non-engineering background. The faculty of the department strives to bring cutting edge research into the curriculum and offer several new courses that will both challenge the students and prepare them for excellence in the field of engineering and applied sciences.
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