The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program provides students with advanced study in engineering with a specialization in Mechanical Systems. Students are prepared to design and implement mechanical systems to fulfill the needs of a wide range of industries in the aerospace, aviation, automotive, energy, and biomedical arenas.
A typical first year will include courses in Mechanical Systems, as well as mathematics and general electives.
Thesis and non-thesis options are available, each requiring completion of 30 credits hours. Course work includes 15 credit hours from core courses addressing the theory and implementation of mechanical systems, plus electives that support the student’s educational or research goals.
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M.S. in Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Engineering
The Master of Science in Unmanned and Autonomous Systems Engineering is one of the first — and still one of the few — programs to offer the opportunity to study the engineering of unmanned and autonomous systems.
B.S. in Aerospace Engineering
The renowned Bachelor of Science in Aerospace Engineering at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is the largest program of its kind in the U.S. and has been ranked No. 1 among schools without a doctoral program for 15 straight years.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers an accelerated program that allows well-qualified students the chance to begin their graduate work for the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) while finishing their Bachelor of Science in Engineering at Embry-Riddle.