Learn methods of advanced analysis appropriate for professionals to use when solving problems. Learn to apply innovative techniques to solve problems. Develop skills pertinent to the research process, including your ability to formulate problems, to synthesize and integrate information, as well as work collaboratively and communicate effectively.
The George W. Woodruff School of Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) offers the M.S. in Mechanical Engineering.
Courses are offered via the Internet. Lectures and student-faculty interactions are digitally captured during regular graduate and professional development courses each year, and then posted for students to view on demand or by a packaged zip download.
Students are granted access to class materials online and will have an online account to submit and monitor homework and exams. Interactions with classmates and faculty members occur through telephone, e-mail, and in some cases threaded-discussions within Georgia Tech’s course management systems. You'll also have access to the Georgia Tech library.
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