The graduate program in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) has a long history of excellence and offers specialization in a variety of areas. Graduate students have the option of pursuing their studies full time or part time, and most students receive financial support in the form of a Research or Teaching Assistantship.
- Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering
- Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
- Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering
MME also participates in Voiland College’s interdisciplinary programs that offer the following degrees:
- Master of Science in Engineering
- Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering Science
- Doctor of Philosophy in Materials Science & Engineering
Although the school participates in these interdisciplinary programs, it does not administer them. Students interested in applying to an interdisciplinary program must apply directly to the office administering the program.
Admission requirements, deadlines, and application steps can be found on the Application page.
The Graduate Student Handbook (PDF) provides detailed information about all aspects of a student’s graduate study program.
For additional questions, contact:
Graduate Academic Coordinator