Online Mechanical Engineering (Master's)

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Mechanical Engineering is one of the core disciplines in the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Sciences. This online program is for working professional engineers focused on gaining new knowledge in areas such as solid and fluid mechanics, engineering materials, product design and manufacturing, thermodynamics, and control systems. There are four tracks for a Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering through the Office of Distance Education: thesis, project, applied engineering, and interdisciplinary engineering. 


In order to apply to this program, students must submit their transcripts and two letters of recommendation.  TOEFL scores are requried for international students. GRE scores are highly recommended, but not required. Students interested in applying to our program are asked to complete our Preliminary Application form, which can be found at:


The program is comprised of 30 credits of graduate work, with a minimum of 18 credits in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanings.  The remaining creds are free electives approved by the Graduate Program Coordinator or the Student's Advisor such that all courses for the degree satisfy the distribution requriesments of the Master's Level Degree.

Tuition & Fees

To learn more about our tuition and fees, click here.

Graduate Handbook

Check out the Graduate Student Handbook for policies regarding academics, gradute student life, etc.

Questions & Inquires

For futher questions, inquires, and questions regarding requirements, please contact the graduate coordinator, Ali Marsteller, at