Master’s in Mechanical Engineering – Marshall University

The Master’s in Mechanical Engineering degree is designed to provide students with the knowledge, skill, and professional practices needed to develop and design mechanical engineering related systems. The program also prepares students who desire to pursue further graduate work leading to a Doctorate degree.

The course integrates in-depth knowledge of core areas in mechanical engineering such as mechanics, thermal science, materials and manufacturing, control systems, and product design and development with advanced study in computing and physical sciences. This integration is critical for multidisciplinary areas such as bio and manufacturing engineering, robotics, nanotechnologies, and energy systems. Tools ranging from computer simulation and systems modeling to advanced experimental techniques are developed and applied in order to provide a profounder understanding of fundamental phenomena, processes, and system characteristics in these areas.

Admission Requirements:

  • Applicants for admission to the Master’s in Mechanical Engineering degree program must have an undergraduate engineering degree from either an accredited ABET curriculum or an internationally recognized program and meet one of the following (A, B, or C) admission requirement options:

    • A. Pass the PE exam,

    • B. Have an undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.00 or greater

    • C. Have an undergraduate cumulative GPA of 2.50 or greater

  • and satisfy at least two of the following:

    • (1) Pass the FE exam

    • (2) verbal GRE score at least 145

    • (3) quantitative GRE score at least 150

    • and/or (4) analytical writing GRE score at least 3.0.

  • Additionally, to be considered for admission, international students must have an iBT TOEFL score of at least 85, or a Paper-Based TOEFL score of at least 527.

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