Mechanical Design Concentration
Students in this program will be provided the skills and knowledge needed to be engineering leaders in modern industry. This program has sound engineering practices supported by the extensive industrial experience of the faculty. The student will receive a Master‘s degree upon completion of ten (10) courses within the program. This program has a thesis option.
Completion of 40 credits.
- ORTN-600 Graduate Orientation (no credit course)
- FINC-619 Financial Management
- IME-660 Design for Manufacture and Assembly
- MECH-516 Introduction to Finite Element Analysis with Structural Applications
- MECH-600 Engineering Mathematics with Applications
- MECH-610 Mechanics of Materials I, Linear Elasticity
- MECH-611 Mechanics of Materials II, Nonlinear Elastic-Plastic Behavior
- MECH-615 Engineering Optimization
- MECH-643 Noise, Vibration & Harshness
- Thesis or 600-Level Elective
- Technical Elective (the technical elective in this program may consist of a 500-level course)