As a mechanical engineering degree-seeker, you'll study a dizzying array of technical and scientific subjects. Statistics, physics, fluid dynamics, thermodynamics, and drafting – these represent but a few of the courses required in a mechanical engineering program.
If you have what it takes to weather these heavy subjects, you'll find yourself primed for a rewarding career in such industries as aeronautics, automotive, biomechanics, energy, optics, and robotics.
As a degree-holder in mechanical engineering, you'll face stiff employment competition. Outsourcing and off shoring have made careers in this field tough to crack. But you'll also find that perseverance pays handsome dividends: The median income of a mechanical engineer hovers around $70,000 a year.
A master's degree program in mechanical engineering offers you a high-level graduate program with strong a foundation in theory, to equip you with the skills necessary to grasp and develop new technologies and trends in the mechanical engineering field.Request Information