The ME in mechanical engineering is only available in conjunction with the ME in engineering management, as a dual degree program. Learn more about the dual degree program.
Students must first be admitted into the mechanical engineering degree program and complete at least 30 credit hours of coursework at the 5000 level or above.
Coursework must include 18 credit hours of courses in mechanical engineering; 12 credit hours of courses in other engineering fields, science, business, etc.; and attendance is required at a select number of mechanical engineering graduate seminars.
Next, students must be admitted into the engineering management degree program and complete an additional 15 hours of graduate engineering management coursework.
For more information, visit the department'sdual degree mechanical engineering and engineering management webpage.
Dual Degree Program
ME in Mechanical Engineering and Engineering Management
The dual degree program prepares engineers, applied scientists and technical professionals for early and mid-career assignments in leadership and management. Students will gain high-level technical expertise from award-winning mechanical engineering faculty. Students will also learn from engineering management experts in areas such as quality management, new product development, management of research and development, applied research and leadership. The faculty teaching in engineering management have extensive professional experience, working with Fortune 500 technology organizations as well as with small, entrepreneurial companies.
To complete the dual degree program, students must be admitted to both the engineering management and mechanical engineering programs. For more information, visit the Engineering Management Program's Mechanical Engineering & ME Engineering Management Dual Degrees webpage.