MS with Major in Mechanical Engineering
The Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering offers two options for a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME): a thesis option that requires a minimum of 24 credits of coursework and a thesis (6 additional credits), and a non-thesis option that requires a minimum of 30* credits of coursework (no thesis).
- MSME Thesis, Non-Thesis and Non-Thesis/Business Minor
- Admission Requirements
- Admission to Candidacy
- Core Course Requirements
- Transfer Credits
All students choosing the MS thesis option and receiving financial assistance must be full-time students. This requires that they are registered for a minimum of 9 credits in the fall semester, 9 credits in the spring semester, and 6 credits for the summer semester. All international students must be registered as full-time students. A maximum of 12 credits may be taken in a semester. In the graduation semester the student may be allowed to take one credit.
- Supervisory Committee
- Plan of Study
- Fast Track Program
- Thesis Work and Progress Reviews
- Degree Requirements
- Unsatisfactory Performance
- MS Program Checklist (pdf)
*Effective for students admitted to the program in Fall 2019 or later.