MS Degree Requirements - MS Thesis Option
All students must take the following minimum distribution of courses for a total of 30 credit hours:
Nine (9) semester hours: EML 5060 Analysis in Mechanical Engineering I and two core courses in the student's major area:
- EGM 5444 - Advanced Dynamics
- EML 5317 - Advanced Control Systems
- EML 5361 - Multivariable Control
- EML 5930 - Adaptive Controls
- EGM 5152 - Heat Transfer
- EML 5155 - Convective Heat Transfer
- EML 5709 - Fluid Mechanics
- EML 5930 - Advanced Engineering Thermodynamics
- EGM 5611 - Continuum Mechanics
- EGM 5653 - Theory of Elasticity
- EML 5930 - Advanced Materials
- EML 5930 - Solid Mechanics and Electromagnetics of Continuous Media
Mechanical Engineering Courses
Six (6) semester hours: any two courses in Mechanical Engineering.
Nine (9) semester hours: Select three graduate-level, letter-graded courses in engineering, mathematics, and/or any science discipline (e.g. computer science, physics, etc.). One of the three courses may include EML 5905 - Directed Individual Study or EML 5910 - Supervised Research. Courses must be selected in consultation with the student's major professor.
EML 5935 – Mechanical Engineering Seminar (0). See Graduate Seminar section for additional information.
Six (6) semester hours: EML 5971 - Thesis. University rules require that students take thesis credit in their final term, even if they have completed the thesis credit requirement for their degree program.
EML 8976 - Masters Thesis Defense must be taken in the student's final semester.