Apr 12, 2024  
2016-2017 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2016-2017 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

Department of Mechanical Engineering


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Chair
John M. Henshaw

Professors
John M. Henshaw
Brenton McLaury
Ram S. Mohan
Siamack A. Shirazi
James R. Sorem, Jr.
Steven M. Tipton

 

Associate Professor
Jeremy S. Daily
Michael Keller
Todd Otanicar

Assistant Professors
Joshua A. Schultz

Graduate Program Advisor
Siamack A. Shirazi

For more information about degree offerings, visit the Department of Mechanical Engineering webpage.

The graduate programs of study in the Department of Mechanical Engineering lead to the degrees of Master of Science in Engineering, Master of Engineering, and Doctor of Philosophy.

Learning Objectives

Master of Engineering. The objective of the Master of Engineering (M.E.) degree is:

  • To advance the student’s technical and professional skills.

Master of Science in Engineering. The objectives of the Master of Science in Engineering (M.S.E.) degree are:

  • To advance the student’s technical and professional skills.
  • To develop the ability of graduates to conduct research projects.

Doctor of Philosophy. The objectives of the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree are:

  • To advance the student’s technical and professional skills.
  • To develop the ability of graduates to conduct research projects and to develop independent research skills.
  • To direct graduate students towards the advancement of the state-of-the-art in their area of research.

Programs

    Master’sDoctoral

    Courses

      Mechanical Engineering

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