The master of science in Mechanical Engineering provides students with advanced theoretical knowledge and hands-on technical experience in the areas of energy, mechanical, thermal and fluid systems; and materials, manufacturing and product development. Students may choose an area of focus that enhances knowledge in their current field or allows them to explore a new specialty.
The Mechanical Engineering program offers:
immediate hands-on experience,
interactive classes and state-of-the-art labs.
State-of-the-art labs provide students with hands-on experience. Wilkes has multiple labs in:
robotics and digital design,
nanotechnology, micro-electromechanical systems and thin films.
The mechanical engineering master’s program requires 30 credits of graduate-level course work. The program includes 15 credits of mandatory core courses and 9 to 12 credits of electives. Graduate students are strongly advised to select a 6-credit thesis option to complete their graduate course work. However, they may choose a 3-credit project option.
All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted.
Required Courses (15 credits):
ME 401 Applied Engineering Analysis
ME 411 Integrated Product Development
ME 421 Transport Phenomena
ME 432 Solid Mechanics
ME 442 Material Science
Elective Courses (15 credits):
ME 451 Mechatronics
ME 452 Nanotechnology
ME 498 Advanced Topics in Mechanical Engineering (1 to 3 credits)
ME 599 Thesis/Project (3 or 6 credits)
Any graduate-level science and engineering courses can be used as electives.
Tuition and Schedule
Tuition is $844 per credit, plus $66 in fees per credit, subject to change. Each semester’s ME courses can be found on the main University calendar.
A limited number of graduate assistantships may be available for full-time students. Assistantships provide a unique opportunity in which students work in an academic department while pursuing a master’s degree. Compensation varies by position, but can include tuition assistance and/or room and board. For more information, contact Dr. Rodney Ridley, Director of the Division of Engineering and Physics, at (800) WILKES-U Ext. 4810 or at Rodney.Ridley@wilkes.edu.
For more information on application or materials, contact:
(800) WILKES-U Ext. 4404
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For questions regarding the mechanical engineering program, contact:
Dr. Jamal Ghorieshi, Director
Master Program in Mechanical Engineering
(800) WILKES-U Ext. 4889
(570) 408-4889 email@example.com