Graduate studies in Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering
The department offers programs of study that lead to a Master of Science (M.Sc.). Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) and Masters of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering or a Master of Science (M.Sc.) or a Doctor of Philosophy (Ph. D.) in Materials Sciense and Engineering.
Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program Directors:
- Structural Dynamics, Vibro-Acoustics and Controls (Dr. David Thompson)
- Solid Mechanics and Nano/Bio Mechanics (Dr. David Thompson)
- Thermal and Fluid Systems (Dr. Milind Jog)
- Intelligent Manufacturing and Design (Dr. Sam Huang)
- Nuclear and Radiological Engineering (Dr. Henry Spitz)
- Occupational Safety & Health (Dr. Jay Kim)
Materials Science and Engineering Graduate Program Director
*** IMPORTANT MESSAGE ***
Beginning in the Autumn 2008 quarter, the ME Department is pleased to offer a one-credit graduate topical seminar course, MECH 872, that is required each academic quarter for all full-time, traditional graduate students. Registration by part-time, non-traditional, and GE students is optional, although you are encouraged to register and attend the seminars. The schedule for each seminar will be distributed to you by email and posted on the ME website in advance of the date. Presentations at the seminars will be relevant to current topics in ME and will be offered several times during the quarter. For Autumn 2008, it will be held on Friday 11:00-11:50am in the Rec. Center room 3200. Students who do not register or who fail to attend the seminar risk losing their tuition scholarship (UGS) or receive a UP (unsatisfactory performance) grade, which will jeopardize their academic record. A waiver may be granted for an excused absence.
The non-thesis option is not available for full-time, traditional M.Sc. students starting Fall 2008. Those students who are interested in a project option should pursue the Master of Engineering option. Note that UGS is not available for students in the Master of Engineering program.
To find out more about Graduate Studies at the University of Cincinnati please see:
- More information on graduate studies in Mechanical Engineering
- College of Engineering Graduate Student Information and Resources
- UC Graduate School
- Guidelines for BSMET degree holders applying to the MSME or MEngME programs
University of Cincinnati
College of Engineering
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Cincinnati, OH 45221-0077
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