MEng Degree in Mechanical Engineering

Degree Requirements

The MEng degree is a course-work only professional graduate (master’s) degree that is well suited for working professionals and individuals seeking additional education beyond a bachelor’s degree to become an outstanding engineer. A minimum of 30 graduate credits must be earned for the M.Eng. degree with the following requirements:

Mechanical Engineering Core
Any 500 or above level ME course as well as specific non-ME courses approved by the graduate committee. These courses are grouped according to disciplinary area emphasis to help student decide which courses to take based on interest.
Mathematics/Statisticssuperscript a
Any 300-level or higher Math or Statistics class (EXCEPT Math 307 and Math 317) will count towards this requirement. Non-Math/Stat courses with strong math or statistics content that are approved by the graduate education committee may also count towards this requirement. See approved courses.
Professional Developmentsuperscript a
Choose one course from the following list:

  • ConE 380*:  Engineering Law
  • Econ 355: International Trade and Finance
  • HCI 594X*: Organizational Application of Collaborative Technology
  • HG ED: 561 College Teaching
  • IE 570*: Systems Engineering and Project Management
  • ME 584*: Technology, Globalization and Culture
  • MGMT 472: Management of Diversity
  • SCM 501*: Supply Chain Management
  • Any foreign language courses (prerequisites may be needed which will not count towards the requirements)
  • Other courses, as approved by the POS committee
Electivessuperscript a
Choose any courses that you feel would round out your education; these can be from Mechanical Engineering or outside the major.
Total 30 credits
superscript aAs per the graduate council guidelines, POS may not include more than three undergraduate classes -

  • either up to three courses at 400 level courses
  • one 300 level and up to two 400 level courses
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