Current Open Graduate Positions


Apply to the Master's Program in Mechanical Engineering Department

Our programs offer rigorous graduate education involving a combination of advanced course work and thesis work conducted with faculty who are international leaders in their fields. Research in the Department is supported by major funding agencies like the National Science Foundation (NSF), Department of Energy (DoE), Department of Defense (DoD), and many companies. The Department is actively involved in the NSF Engineering Research Center for Neurotechnology and the DoE Industrial Assessment Center. Financial support is available for Ph.D. students and may be available for MS students who are highly qualified. While all MS students are encouraged to do a thesis, the MS program in Mechanical Engineering has a non-thesis project-based option. 

Further Questions Contact Fletcher Miller ([email protected]) 

Program Highlights:

- Nationally ranked graduate program

- Internationally recognized faculty

- State-of-the-art research laboratories and facilities

- Close interactions with local and national industry


ME Graduate Program Flyer

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is interested in retaining highly-motivated  and engaged students to continue their education in our Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) program. Read here for more details.