Young Bai Moon, 263 Link Hall, 315-443-4366; fax: 315-443-9099, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeongmin Ahn, Benjamin Akih-Kumgeh, Jackie Anderson, Michelle Blum, Edward A. Bogucz Jr.,Thong Dang, John F. Dannenhoffer III, Barry D. Davidson, Bing Dong, Victor Duenas, Mark N. Glauser, Melissa Green, Alan J. Levy, Xiyuan Liu Shalabh Maroo, Young Bai Moon, Vadrevu R. Murthy, Utpal Roy, Amit Sanyal, Mehmet Sarimurat, Roger Schmidt, Wanliang Shan, Yevgeniy Yesilevskiy, Jianshun S. Zhang, Teng Zhang
The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the following degrees:
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
It also oversees one interdisciplinary master programs leading to the following degrees:
- Master of Science (M.S.) in Engineering Management
Master of Science (M.S.) in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Admission to the M.S. degree program is granted on the basis of undergraduate preparation and performance, GRE scores, and letters of recommendation documenting the recent technical proficiency of the applicant. A grade-point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale (or equivalent), and a GRE Quantitative Reasoning score of 700 or higher (155 or higher on the new scale) are normally expected.
Admission to this M.S. degree program requires a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, or an acceptable field of Science.
If a student’s background is not particularly strong in mechanical or aerospace engineering, he/she may be required to take undergraduate courses (not counted towards the M.S. degree) as specified in the letter of admission.
Graduate courses can be found in this Course Catalog using the search engine.
M.S. Students must complete 30 credits, including a capstone project (MAE 994: 0 credits; graded as Pass/Fail), and must attend at least three (3) semesters of the MAE graduate seminars (MAE 995; 0 credits; graded as A-F, based on attendance). Out of the required 30 credits, students cannot take more than 9 credits at the 500-level. The M.S. degree in MAE offers both “general” and “concentration” options. A minimum GPA of 3.0 for coursework included in the Program of Study for the degree along with a minimum GPA of 2.8 for all credits earned must be achieved to graduate. Completion of the program with less than 24 semester credits in engineering does not lead to credit toward licensure.
Students selecting the “general” option must take three (3) required courses (MAE 675 , MAE 643 , and MAE 635 ) and four (4) elective courses from the MAE department.
Students selecting the “concentration” option must take MAE 675 , four (4) courses from a chosen concentration. Available concentrations and their concentration core(s) are:
3 elective courses in Thermal/Fluids
3 elective courses in Solids/Structure
2 elective courses in Design/Manufacturing
Acceptable elective courses for each concentration are available in the department.
Students intending to pursue a Ph.D. degree after the M.S. degree should plan to meet the Ph.D. admission requirements and Ph.D. qualifying examination requirements, and select M.S. level courses accordingly.