The graduate programs at the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering cover broad areas of mechanical and industrial engineering. The primary areas of concentration are mechanical analysis and design, fluids engineering, thermal sciences, robotics, manufacturing, and industrial engineering. Students may select basic and applied courses dealing with such topics as fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer, thermodynamics, combustion, stress analysis, noise and vibrations, mechanisms, mechanical design, dynamics and control, computer aided design and manufacturing, materials processing, production engineering, and human factors.
Currently, the department offers graduate programs in: Mechanical Engineering, Industrial Engineering, and Energy Engineering .
Fellowships – Sources of support from the Graduate College
I. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
Graduate Catalog – Mechanical program requirements and course offerings
II. INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING
Graduate Catalog – Industrial program requirements and course offerings
III. ENERGY ENGINEERING
Graduate Catalog – Energy Engineering program requirements and course offerings
THESIS DEFENSE & PRELIM RULES
Preliminary Exam – everything you need to know
Reserve a room – for your thesis defense, lab meeting or special event.
Committee Recommendation – used for approval of committees for MS thesis defense, doctoral preliminary examination or doctoral dissertation defense.
Change of Thesis Title or Committee Members – complete this form only for changes of thesis title or committee member(s) that were previously approved by the Graduate College.