Mechanical Engineering M.S.

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Mechanical Engineering M.S.

Program Overview

The department of Mechanical Engineering offers a master of science 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

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  • I was BSME class of ’89 and MSME class of ’94. These days I’m a self employed engineering consultant, doing a lot of accident analysis work these days. I’m also a part-time officer for the Town of Middleton. I recently received the Congressional Law Enforcement Award for Dedication and...
    I was BSME class of ’89 and MSME class of ’94. These days I’m a self employed engineering consultant, doing a lot of accident analysis work these days. I’m also a part-time officer for the Town of Middleton. I recently received the Congressional Law Enforcement Award for Dedication and...

Curriculum & Requirements

Degree Requirements
Select 24 credit hours of course work 124
ME 899Master's Thesis8
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. Note: an oral examination (thesis defense) covering the candidate's graduate work is conducted and a thesis is prepared in accordance with the Graduate School rules.

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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