Instructors are executive-level mechanical engineers who deepen your understanding of the fundamentals and introduce you to modern technologies and theories. Learn to use advanced analysis techniques, translate mechanical engineering problems into a quantitative form, and analyze experiments.
- You must meet the general admission requirements that pertain to all post-master’s certificate candidates.
- If you are an international student, you may have additional admission requirements.
- At least four of the five courses must be from the Mechanical Engineering (535.xxx) program, and at least two of the courses must be at the 700-level. Courses from the full-time program (530.xxx) may be substituted, subject to advisor approval.
- Only grades of B− or above can count toward the post-master’s certificate.
- Focus areas are not applicable for students pursing certificates.
- Students are free to choose any five courses offered by the Mechanical Engineering program.
- All courses outside of the Mechanical Engineering Program are subject to advisor approval.
- Certificate students may not enroll in graduate research courses (EN.530.800, EN.535.820, EN.535.821).
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Master's in Mechanical Engineering
Explore a part-time, online master's degree, and take carefully constructed, modern courses designed for the way you live and work today—all while having invaluable mentorship from professors you can conveniently access.