SDSU Department offers graduate education in Mechanical Engineering and Bioengineering
at the Master's and Doctoral levels, preparing students to work and conduct cutting-edge
research in such emerging areas as advanced materials and materials processing, design
of medical devices, energy storage, micro- and nano-electromechanical systems, nanotechnology,
neural engineering, porous media flows, renewable energy, robotics and control, smart
health, and tissue engineering.
Mechanical engineering is a discipline that advances diverse and challenging solutions to complex engineering
problems requiring the integration of analytical, design, mathematical, economic,
etc. knowledge. Mechanical engineers develop solutions to physical problems and improve
existing solutions. As a graduate mechanical engineering student you will cover a
broad scope of topics to prepare you for a successful engineering career, or to further
your goal in seeking a more advanced academic degree.
Ph.D. Degree Requirements:
TOEFL score >100, GRE Quantitative score >160, GRE Verbal >150, GRE Analytical >3.5.