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Master’s Degree

Plan I

Students enrolled in the MS Program engage in a research project, and submit and defend a written thesis for the MS program. This thesis option requires 24 credits of approved graduate courses, one-credit of seminar, and six credits of work associated with the master’s level thesis, for a total of 31 credits. The final examination will include a final written thesis, an oral examination and a defense.

Plan II

Students enrolled in the MS Program engage in a Mechanical Engineering project, and submit and defend an engineering report on a design or development project (Design projects can be varied and cover one or more subject areas.) This non-thesis option requires 30 credits of approved graduate courses, one-credit of seminar, and 3 credits of work associated with the master’s project, for a total of 34 credits. The final examination consists of a written report and an oral examination.

Plan III

Is a course-only option where student must complete a minimum of 36 credit hours of coursework.

Doctorate’s Degree

Entering with B.S.

Available to students who have already approved a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering, but have not approved a M.S. or M.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering.

Entering with M.S.

Available to students who have already approved a M.S or M.Eng. in Mechanical Engineering

RequirementsCreditsCourses
Total31
Seminar1INME 6017:
Grad Seminar
Advanced Math3 Full list of Advanced Math Courses
Specialty Area Courses12The focus of the coursework in the Graduate Curriculum is in four (4) Specialty Areas listed as follows:

• Thermal/Fluid Science
• Machine Science
• Materials and Manufacturing
• Bio/Micro-Scale Engineering

Each Specialty Area has a list of courses to choose from (see link below).
The student has to approve 3 courses in the selected Specialty Area and 1 course listed as an option under any of the Specialty Areas.
Full list of Specialty Areas Courses
Free Electives9Electives are chosen in consultation with the student's Research Advisor. The following restrictions apply: a maximum of 9 credits of 5000 level courses and INME 5015/5995/5996/6995 courses must be approved by the Graduate Committee.
Thesis6INME6099: Research
INME6099: Research
RequirementsCreditsCourses
Seminar1INME 6017:
Grad Seminar
Advanced Math3 Full list of Advanced Math Courses
Specialty Area Courses12The focus of the coursework in the Graduate Curriculum is in four (4) Specialty Areas listed as follows:

• Thermal/Fluid Science
• Machine Science
• Materials and Manufacturing
• Bio/Micro-Scale Engineering

Each Specialty Area has a list of courses to choose from (see link below).
The student has to approve 3 courses in the selected Specialty Area and 1 course listed as an option under any of the Specialty Areas.
Full list of Specialty Areas Courses
ME Electives6Electives are chosen in consultation with the student's Research Advisor. The following restrictions apply: a maximum of 9 credits of 5000 level courses and INME 5015/5995/5996/6995 courses must be approved by the Graduate Committee.
Free Electives9
Project3INME6998: Project
Total34
RequirementsCreditsCourses
Advanced Math3 Full list of Advanced Math Courses
Specialty Area Courses12The focus of the coursework in the Graduate Curriculum is in four (4) Specialty Areas listed as follows:

• Thermal/Fluid Science
• Machine Science
• Materials and Manufacturing
• Bio/Micro-Scale Engineering

Each Specialty Area has a list of courses to choose from (see link below).
The student has to approve 3 courses in the selected Specialty Area and 1 course listed as an option under any of the Specialty Areas.
Full list of Specialty Areas Courses
ME Electives12Electives are chosen in consultation with the student's Research Advisor. The following restrictions apply: a maximum of 9 credits of 5000 level courses and INME 5015/5995/5996/6995 courses must be approved by the Graduate Committee.
Free Electives9
Project0INME6998: Project
Total36
RequirementCredit
Courses
Seminar1INME 8017: Doctoral Seminar
Advanced Math6 Full list of Advanced Math Courses
Specialty Area Courses12The focus of the coursework in the Graduate Curriculum is in four (4) Specialty Areas listed as follows:

• Thermal/Fluid Science
• Machine Science
• Materials and Manufacturing
• Bio/Micro-Scale Engineering

Each Specialty Area has a list of courses to choose from (see link below).
The student has to approve 3 courses in the selected Specialty Area and 1 course listed as an option under any of the Specialty Areas.
Full list of Specialty Areas Courses
ME Electives15 Electives are chosen in consultation with the student's Research Advisor. The following Restrictions apply: (1) a maximum of 9 credits of 5000 level courses, (2) INME 5015/5996/6995 courses must be approved by the Graduate Committee.
Free Electives9
Dissertation18Doctoral Research
Total61
RequirementCredit
Courses
Seminar1INME 8017: Doctoral Seminar
Advanced Math3 Full list of Advanced Math Courses
Specialty Area Courses0The focus of the coursework in the Graduate Curriculum is in four (4) Specialty Areas listed as follows:

• Thermal/Fluid Science
• Machine Science
• Materials and Manufacturing
• Bio/Micro-Scale Engineering

Each Specialty Area has a list of courses to choose from (see link below).
The student has to approve 3 courses in the selected Specialty Area and 1 course listed as an option under any of the Specialty Areas.
Full list of Specialty Areas Courses
ME Electives6Electives are chosen in consultation with the student's Research Advisor. The following Restrictions apply: (1) a maximum of 9 credits of 5000 level courses, (2) INME 5015/5996/6995 courses must be approved by the Graduate Committee.
Free Electives9
Dissertation18Doctoral Research
Total37

For a Full list of Graduate courses, go here