Mechanical Engineering M.Engr.

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Mechanical Engineering M.Engr.

Program Overview

The department of Mechanical Engineering offers a master of engineering degree. The department offers studies leading to specialization in the following six concentrations:

  • fluid and thermal science
  • mechanics
  • materials science
  • design and manufacturing
  • dynamic systems and control
  • ocean engineering

Curriculum & Requirements

Degree Requirements
Select 28 credit hours of course work 128
ME 992Master's Project 24
Total Credits32

A “B” average (3.00 GPA) with no grade below “B-­” is required in all the coursework. No more than 12 credit hours from UNH graduate courses (8 credit hours from non-UNH graduate courses) taken prior to admission to the Graduate School may be applied to the master's degree. A written report and an oral presentation of the project are required. The format of the project report is determined by the candidate’s research adviser. Master of Engineering students are usually not eligible for a research or teaching assistantship.

All full-time graduate students are required to attend a weekly Mechanical Engineering Graduate Seminar and make one presentation per year.

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Students with a 3.2 cumulative grade-point average can apply for early admission to the UNH Graduate School during their junior year. Early admission allows students to receive dual graduate credit for three 700/800 level CEPS technical elective courses (up to 12 credits) taken during their final year. For more information on the ME Graduate Program, please contact Prof. Yannis Korkolis.

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