The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, Plan A is ideal for students who are interested in advancing their career in industry or research. The program combines valuable classroom instruction with research experiences. Students conduct research under the supervision of a faculty advisor, often the Principal Investigator (P.I.), for a government or industry sponsored project. The student’s research, in conjunction with thesis credits and coursework, will culminate in an article for submission to a peer-reviewed journal and a final thesis.
Effective Spring 2015
|Select 2 courses from the following:||6-7|
|Advanced Mechanics of Materials|
|Mathematics for Scientists and Engineers|
|Advanced Mechanical Systems|
|Materials Issues in Mechanical Design|
|Mechanical Engineering Thermodynamics|
|Advanced Fluid Mechanics|
|Advanced Heat Transfer|
|Select one from the following:||6-12|
|Thesis: Energy Conversion|
|Thesis: Environmental Engineering|
|Thesis: Heat and Mass Transfer|
|Thesis: Industrial and Systems Engineering|
|Thesis: Mechanics and Design|
|Thesis: Computer-Assisted Engineering|
|Thesis: Solar Engineering|
|Thesis: Computational Fluids|
|Thesis: Plasma Engineering|
|Thesis: Motorsport Engineering|
|Program Total Credits:||30|
A minimum of 30 credits are required to complete this program.
Select courses with approval of advisor and graduate committee.
Of the 30 minimum credits required for this program, at least 24 credits must be at the 500-level or above and earned at CSU.