Ranked among the top five mechanical engineering departments nationwide by the 2010 National Research Council, the Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) offers premier programs at the undergraduate and graduate levels—all of which provide solid foundations for careers in industry, research, and academia.

Department programs focus on the core disciplines of mechanics, design, manufacturing, and systems along with essential areas of mathematics and physical sciences. Students work with world-class faculty to dive into boundary-crossing topics such as nanomaterials, advanced sensing, robotics, thermal systems, and biomechanical interfaces.

Undergraduate Programs

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Combined BS/MS Degree Program

Also learn more about pursuing:

A dual BS degree

A combined degree in engineering and music

Certificates, honors, or other electives

Graduate Programs

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

PhD in Mechanical Engineering

The MS program has two options, the thesis option and the non-thesis option for terminal MS degree.

Explore the possible master's degree specializations

Explore possible PhD degree specializations

Affiliated Programs

Master of Science in Engineering Design and Innovation

Master of Science in Product Design and Development Management: full/part-time

Master of Science in Robotics

Master of Science in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

PhD in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics

PhD students can also participate in these cluster programs:

Doctoral Cluster in Predictive Science and Engineering Design

Doctoral Design Research Cluster