Engineering Mechanics (M.S.)
Learn analytical, computational and experimental methods in the mechanics of solids, structures and materials.
In our 33-hour program, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of engineering mechanics. You will also gain insight and understanding of the most recent developments in our field.
And, as a master's degree student, you will have the opportunity to conduct research in groundbreaking technologies like nanotechnology and composites.
Applicants to the engineering mechanics program should submit the following information in addition to the online application:
- Official academic records of all previously attended colleges or universities must be submitted directly from the colleges or universities to the Office of Graduate Admission Processing. Hand-carried transcripts, official copies marked Issued to Student and unofficial copies are not acceptable.
- Three letters of recommendation from professors or employers.
- A personal statement or résumé.
- Results from the GRE are not required. However, candidates are welcome to submit a score in support of their application.
Applicants must have an undergraduate degree from an accredited program in engineering, physics, chemistry, applied mathematics or other appropriate program of study. Applicants with a different undergraduate degree may be required to complete prerequisites. Applicants should have at least a 3.0 cumulative grade-point average on a 4.0 scale. Some programs require higher GPAs for admission. In some cases, applicants with a GPA below 3.0 may be admitted on a conditional basis.
Additional requirements apply for international students.
Graduate assistantships are available; however, restrictions may apply to international students. Some of the graduate assistantships are at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base and require citizenship or permanent residency. Please contact individual programs for details.
Program requirements can be found in the online Catalog. Simply select the area of study and click "Explore".
Contact the Program
Donald V. Chase
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