The Master of Science with a major in mechanical and energy engineering and a concentration in energy systems requires 33 semester credit hours of course work and does not require a thesis.
Admission requirements may be found on the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering page in this catalog.
The student must complete 33 semester credit hours of course work as follows and maintain at least a B average for all graduate courses.
The student must take the following six core courses:
Five courses chosen from the following list. Other relevant courses may be taken with approval of the graduate advisor. Up to two courses may be taken from outside the Department of Mechanical and Energy Engineering.