Master of Science in Engineering in Mechanical Engineering

About the Program

The program combines academic rigor, rich tradition in mechanical engineering education, and focus on modern technology applications and the skills and practices of the engineering profession. Students learn from PhD faculty engaged in cutting-edge research and from leading industry experts The classes integrate theoretical knowledge with practical challenges through hands-on training, creative design, and problem-solving.

This program may be completed entirely on campus, entirely online, or through a combination of on-campus and online courses. See the "Online Options" section below for more details.

Program Details

The 30-credit program includes one required course, one or two cognate courses, and 7-8 elective courses from the approved Mechanical Engineering course list. Interested students have the opportunity to complete a research-based master’s thesis under the mentorship of a faculty advisor.

Almost all classes are offered as a combination of on-campus lectures and online asynchronous instruction. On-campus sections are scheduled Monday-Thursday from 6-8:45 PM, except for several classes, which are offered in the late afternoon. Classes are offered in Fall (Sep-Dec), Winter (Jan-Apr), Summer I (May-June), and Summer II (July-Aug) terms. Fall and Winter courses meet once a week, while Summer I and Summer II courses meet twice a week. 


Program Contacts

Rebekah Awood

Graduate Programs Coordinator, Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering

HongTae Kang

Professor, Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

2000 - Heinz Prechter Engineering Complex
4901 Evergreen Road
Dearborn, MI 48128
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Phone: 313-593-5241
Fax: 313-593-9967