Master's Degrees in Mechanical Engineering in United States

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Studying Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering deals with the design or redesign of mechanical and thermal devices or subsystems, using analysis and computer-aided design. A mechanical engineer is responsible for finding efficient solutions to the development of processes and products, ranging from small component designs to extremely large plant, machinery or vehicles.

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Studying in United States

The U.S. is home to some of the most prestigious universities in the world. It has an internationally renowned education system, and offers a huge variety of English-language courses and speciality degrees.

303 Mechanical Engineering Master's degrees in United States

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Society's needs are rapidly changing. New technologies in the areas of sustainability and production are required to keep businesses competitive and ease the strain on valuable resources. You can be on the front lines of initiating these fundamental changes in industry and society with a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering offered by Western New England University.

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Preparation Course Semester at CSUN

The Semester at CSUN (SAC) is a study-abroad program offered by California State University Northridge that enables international students who meet CSUN's English-language proficiency requirements to enroll in undergraduate credit classes at the university for up to two semesters.

Preparation Course Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical & Materials Engineering (MME) Department at Florida International University (FIU) offers a curriculum which is designed to give our students a thorough understanding of the basic laws of science and to stimulate and develop creative thinking.

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Preparation Course Mechanical Engineering

For international students the move from high school in your home country to a university in the U.S. can be challenging – a new language, new ways of learning, and a new home.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest of the engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers are involved in research and development, design, manufacturing, and technical sales of a variety of products. Degree programs offered include the Master of Science (M.S.) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). The Mechanical Engineering program is offered at SUNY Buffalo School of Engineering and Applied Sciences.

Master Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is perhaps the broadest and most diverse of the engineering disciplines, playing a centrol role in many areas from the automotive and aerospaces industries to biotechnology, computers, electronics, micoelectromechanical systems, energy conversion, enviromental control, automation and manufacturing.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering program offered by Colorado State University is ideal for students who are interested in advancing their career in industry or research. The program combines valuable classroom instruction with research experiences. 

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering program is offered by Washington State University. Our School offers programs of study for full time and part-time students leading to the degrees of Master of Science (MS) in Mechanical Engineering, MS in Materials Science & Engineering, and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Mechanical Engineering (all on the Pullman campus). 

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineers are often referred to as the general practitioners of the engineering profession. They work in nearly every area of technology, from aerospace and automotive to computers and biotechnology. Mechanical engineering is a core discipline that encompasses the general areas of design and manufacturing; fluid and solid mechanics; and thermal and materials science.

Postgraduate Certificate Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics

If you’re currently working in a mining or geological engineering industry and are seeking to develop specialized skills in rock mass behavior and properties, the online Graduate Certificate in Geomechanics/Rock Mechanics is an ideal solution.

M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Engineering (M. Eng.) in Mechanical Engineering provides advanced classroom instruction of greater depth than available in a Bachelor of Science degree.  Also, students are able to specialize in a technical area of interest. M. Eng. students are self-supported.

M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering

Building upon the longstanding strengths of programs in mechanical engineering and in mechanics, the Department of Mechanical Science and Engineering (MechSE) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is taking a bold, new approach to research and education that will enable it to address some of the most pressing problems facing the nation and the world.

M.Sc. Engineering

Typical tasks and responsibilities undertaken by students in the curriculum for this program would not fall within one of the traditional specialties in engineering, e.g. aerospace, chemical, civil, electrical and mechanical engineering, or computer science and engineering.

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M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The mechanical engineering program in the department of mechanical and aerospace engineering offers comprehensive graduate education in a number of areas. The principal areas include: dynamics and controls; manufacturing; materials and structures; mechanical design; and thermal and fluid systems. A wide variety of interdisciplinary programs meeting specific objectives are available. The mechanical engineering program offers the master of science, doctor of philosophy, and direct doctor of philosophy degrees.

M.Sc. Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (TAM) at Northwestern Engineering is an interdisciplinary, interdepartmental degree-granting graduate program. The TAM program at Northwestern has a distinguished history and enjoys an excellent national and international reputation. 

M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering

In response to the ever changing challenges in graduate education, the Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering proposes the development and implementation of a Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering (MEME) degree.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a diverse subject that derives its breadth from the need to design and manufacture everything from small individual parts and devices (e.g., microscale sensors and inkjet printer nozzles) to large systems (e.g., spacecraft and machine tools). 

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The program demands academic rigor and depth yet also addresses real-world engineering problems. The department has four broad divisions of research activity that stem from the core fields of Mechanical Engineering: (1) Biomechanics, (2) Robotics, Automation, and Design, (3) Solid Mechanics and Materials, and (4) Thermal-Fluid Systems. In many cases, individual research projects encompass more than one research area and elements from other disciplines.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is the most versatile of all engineering programs. Mechanical engineering encompasses the design, analysis, testing and manufacture of products used in every facet of modern society. Mechanical engineers design components, machines, systems and processes.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Realize your career goal in design, simulation, manufacturing, testing, or one of the many other facets of the mechanical engineering discipline. Students in the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program can choose from a broad spectrum of mechanical engineering applications.

M.Sc. Engineering

This 33-hour program is our flexible master's degree that allows you to focus your studies — whether you want to develop a very broad background in engineering or have a specialized course of instruction in mind.We'll work with you to develop a program of study that meets your needs.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The mission of The Citadel’s M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering program is to provide a student-centered learning environment focused on advanced applied engineering techniques and professional skills development for principled leaders in the engineering community through a rigorous curriculum, emphasizing practical engineering concepts, strong professional values, and a disciplined work ethic. 

Master Biomechanic

With the world moving at an ever-faster pace, it’s more important than ever to understand the mechanics of how people move. That’s what biomechanics is all about, and a master’s degree in biomechanics will move you along the path toward doctoral study or a career in clinical, industrial, or academic settings.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program is for individuals wishing to get specialized training in Mechanical Engineering. The program is a great way to develop new technical skills to advance your career. For individuals interested in research, it is the first step toward the Ph.D. degree.

M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering graduate program is the oldest and one of the largest graduate programs at the University of Michigan-Dearborn. The program is approved by the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies at the Ann Arbor campus.

M.Sc. Engineering Mechanics

Learn analytical, computational and experimental methods in the mechanics of solids, structures and materials.In our 33-hour program, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of engineering mechanics. You will also gain insight and understanding of the most recent developments in our field.

M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) degree program in mechanical engineering is a one-year professional course of study that allows students to develop a high level of competence in engineering science, current technology, and engineering design. It is highly interdisciplinary in nature, and a great deal of flexibility is available in tailoring a program to fit individual needs and interests.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The M.S. is the research master’s degree; writing and defending a thesis is required. This degree program prepares engineers for doctoral study or industrial positions that specialize in research, project management and product innovation.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering offers a combination of coursework, laboratory and design experiences to prepare you for a career in mechanical or aerospace engineering. We offer programs leading to a Bachelor of Science, Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering (Mechanical), and a Bachelor of Science, and Master of Science in Engineering (Aerospace).

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) offers the opportunity for graduate study in specialized areas of mechanical engineering. It is composed of 17 faculty members and roughly 75 graduate students.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Graduate education and research is an essential mission of the Mechanical Engineering Department; the most critical component of our research program is the students who carry out the theoretical and experimental studies under the guidance of our faculty.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

WPI’s Mechanical Engineering Master of Science programs produce innovators and entrepreneurs who go on to push boundaries and make history. The program receives significant funding, including support from such sources as the National Institutes of Health, NASA, the National Science Foundation, and Sandia National Labs.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering.

Program objectives are: (1) ability to apply advanced knowledge of mathematics, physical sciences, and engineering principles to the solution of practical engineering problems; (2) meet or exceed the needs and expectations of public and private sector employers for MS graduates; and (3) preparation to pursue additional advanced studies if so desired.

M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Clemson University offers the Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy in mechanical engineering. Enrollment in the M.S. and Ph.D. programs is open to students with degrees in physics, applied mathematics or any branch of engineering.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering - Non -Thesis Option

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers courses and provides facilities for three programs of graduate study and research, leading to the degrees of Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, and Doctor of Arts. Within these programs much flexibility is permitted the individual student in organizing a program of study and research.

M.Eng. Engineering - Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Chemical, Civil and Mechanical Engineering provides a professionally focused education in the fields of above three engineering disciplines. Our students are prepared to practice in their chosen field focusing on the industrial and business needs of the region.

M.Sc. Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

MMAE has a long history of providing valuable Master's level education to engineers across a broad spectrum of topics. Our graduates leave IIT well prepared in their specific areas of focus. Nearly 2000 people have earned a Master of Engineering or Master of Science degree from MMAE.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

This field of study is one of ninety-four major fields of study comprising The Graduate School at Cornell University. Graduate fields cross traditional college and department boundaries and afford a graduate student maximum flexibility in designing a program represented by faculty from virtually any discipline on campus. 

M.Sc. Engineering Mechanics

The master of science and doctor of philosophy degrees in engineering mechanics are offered within a graduate program covering contemporary areas in both theoretical and applied mechanics. With the guidance of a major professor, a program can be designed to meet an individual student's needs and interests.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Science program in Mechanical Engineering prepares students for leadership in the practice of Mechanical Engineering. The program includes the study of scientific and technical principles underlying modern engineering practice and advanced mathematical techniques needed for their application in research and design.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The University of Maryland Baltimore County, Mechanical Engineering currently offers two graduate degree programs; the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Mechanical Engineering. These are primarily research degrees. Although in some cases the M.S. degree may be based on primarily course work and no thesis, it nevertheless requires research exposure.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering - Thesis Option

The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers courses and provides facilities for three programs of graduate study and research, leading to the degrees of Master of Science, Doctor of Philosophy, and Doctor of Arts. Within these programs much flexibility is permitted the individual student in organizing a program of study and research.

Pre-Master University Preparation - Engineering and Technology (for Industrial and Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering)

The "University Preparation - Engineering and Technology (for Industrial and Systems Engineering, Mechanical Engineering)" program is a comprehensive, in-depth course designed to help you succeed in the U.S. university classroom, offered by Jefferson (Philadelphia University and Thomas Jefferson University).

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Master Technical Production

Our Master of Fine Arts in Technical Production program provides developing theatre professionals with the opportunity to cultivate their artistic identities while refining and enhancing their craft.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is a diverse, dynamic, and exciting field. Because of the wide-ranging technical background attained, mechanical engineers have the highest potential for employment after graduation with exceptional mobility necessary for professional growth even during bear-market conditions.

M.Sc. Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals gives you the tools you need to expand your understanding of the fundamentals in this important field while introducing you to modern technologies.