Thinking of a Graduate Degree?
The Mechanical Engineering profession covers a very wide spectrum from nano-scale to industrial-scale and includes engines, robots, bio-mechanical and environmentally “green” systems.
With the present pace of advancements and the development of hi-tech systems and devices, the demand for mechanical engineers specialized in specific fields is growing substantially. The bachelor’s degree provides fundamental knowledge in the generalized mechanical engineering discipline, while the graduate degree further advances the knowledge in a specialized branch of mechanical engineering. For a successful, exciting and financially stable career, a graduate degree is now becoming an almost a necessity.
As a Mechanical Engineer you can work in an office using tiny measuring instruments to enormous air craft hangars and power plants using giant machines.
Mechanical Engineers develop and use new materials and technologies. They design using the most advanced computer systems and software.
- Are you motivated to expand your career and financial horizons?
- Do you enjoy analyzing and solving problems?
- Are you versatile, creative and have good critical and technical judgment?
- Do you enjoy contributing to leading edge ideas for the future?
- Are planning skills one of your assets?
If you answered yes to any of the above, then pursuing a graduate research degree is the choice for you!
Our dedicated, research-focused faculty members can guide you in our many diverse research areas, and mentor each step of your research program in order for you to become a highly trained and skilled candidate for either academia or the work force.
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