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Graduate Engineering Mechanics Program
As a graduate student in our engineering mechanics program, your scholarship will focus on the advancement of state-of-the-art designing in order to build safer, more reliable and more affordable infrastructure.
Our Master of Science in engineering mechanics requires a minimum of 33 semester hours of credit including the following:
- 12 required semester hours in engineering mechanics: EGM 500, 503, 533, and 546.
- 9 elective semester hours in engineering mechanics.
- 6 required semester hours in mathematics: MTH 535 and 551.
- 6 semester hours of research on an approved project or thesis. Thesis or project research may be replaced by 9 semester hours of additional coursework only with the approval of both your adviser and the program director.
- Engineering mechanics
- Environmental engineering
- Geotechnical engineering
- Transportation or water resources
We work closely with alumni and private business leaders to supply ongoing opportunities and to continue the cycle of education, research and service in the engineering community. From fluid mechanics to the mechanical behavior of materials, the engineering mechanics program prepares you to solve problems and improve outcomes in your area of expertise.