Graduate Degrees and Programs
Our graduate-level mechanical engineering programs are designed to pair academic course work with research to solve society’s toughest challenges. We pride ourselves in working across the boundaries between disciplines and departments to develop new methods and technologies that make a true difference in the world.
Advanced degrees designed to give you a competitive career advantage
Each of our unique graduate degrees offers different curriculum and career trajectory.
- The highest degree available
- Strong emphasis on research and works extensively with major professor
- Typically requires four to five years to complete
- Includes coursework and a research component with opportunities to work directly with faculty
- Typically earned in two years
- Coursework only, no research component
- Flexible schedules; offered fully online or in person
- Can be completed in as little as one year, depending on course load
Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs
Graduate students are encouraged to take courses from across engineering and science disciplines to build a curriculum plan that meets their own research interests and talents.
- Energy Systems Engineering (M.Eng., Certificate)
- Master of Engineering in Energy Systems Engineering (available online & on-campus)
- Graduate Certificate in Energy Systems Engineering (online only)
- Data Driven Food, Energy, and Water Decision Making (Ph.D.)
- Human-Computer Interaction (Ph.D., M.S., M.HCI.)
- Neuroscience (Ph.D., M.S.)
- Predictive Plant Phenomics (Ph.D. specialization)
- Wind Energy Science, Engineering, and Policy (Ph.D.)
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