Engineering Real-World Solutions
The Mechanical Engineering (ME) department offers graduate programs at the master’s and doctoral levels to address the continuing technological revolution and the global competitive environment. In addition to the core mechanical engineering subfields, such as mechanical and thermo-fluid sciences, the department's areas of research training include the emerging fields in which mechanical engineering intersects with the materials sciences, bioengineering, automotive engineering, advanced energy technologies, etc.
This broad research scope helps us to create a multidisciplinary environment beneficial for our students’ education and future careers. We invite you to explore our programs to learn more.
For additional academic information or to schedule an advising appointment, please contact:
Mechanical Engineering, Bioengineering, or Mechanical Sciences and Engineering:
Office: 2020 HPEC
Automotive Systems Engineering, Materials Science and Engineering, and Automotive Systems and Mobility:
Office: 2050 HPEC
NOTE: These offices are in the 2000 suite in HPEC.