Masters in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is a branch of engineering that concentrates looks into design, production and usage and operation of machines. Mechanical engineering study field aims to analyze, manufacture and design mechanical systems. This study field uses concepts of material theory and physics. Mechanical engineering includes kinematics, dynamics, thermodynamics, structural science, material analysis, physics, etc. Graduates can mainly work in manufacturing firms in public or private sector, research institutions of business environment.

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Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering
  • Dec 2015
    Not specified
  • Not specified

We offer both a thesis-track option (research-oriented degree) and a non-thesis-track option (in-depth emphasis area).

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Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics
  • Dec 2015
  • National $ 1,251 per module
  • International $ 1,634 per module
  • Not specified

The removal of earth containing mineralized ores causes stress in the rock and hence stability of the mine itself is continually changing. These changes can be rapid and difficult to detect. Geomechanics is the science dealing with the design of structures in rock. Upon completion of the program, the graduate will be better prepared to understand complex issues in rock mass behaviors. Rock Mechanics.

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Professional Engineering Professional Engineering
  • Mar 2016
  • National AUD 23,200 per year
  • International AUD 29,500 per year
  • 24 months

The Master of Professional Engineering is designed to help students develop skills in professional management, communication, and research methods and principles in the engineering discipline. Students undertake research and project work, and benefit from the industry focus of the program.

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Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering
  • Dec 2015
  • National $ 47,060 per year
  • International $ 47,060 per year
  • Not specified

The Johns Hopkins Department of Mechanical Engineering offers full-time graduate programs at the master’s and doctoral levels. Engineering education at Johns Hopkins began with the establishment on an engineering school in 1913. Throughout its history, the Whiting School has maintained close ties with the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, which has led pioneering education and research since the Faculty of Philosophy was assembled in 1876. The Whiting School of Engineering provides its students with an education and research environment that fosters a lifetime ability to create and apply new knowledge and to contribute to their professions.

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Electro-Mechanical Systems Design Electro-Mechanical Systems Design
  • Sep 2016
  • EEA € 0 per year
  • Non-EEA € 12,573 per year
  • 24 months

Studying Electro-Mechanical Systems Design, you gain knowledge within the areas of mechatronic system design, modelling and analysis of electro-mechanical systems, information technology and control theory. This enables you to take part in interdisciplinary technical development and research projects.

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Engineering in Engine Systems Engineering in Engine Systems
  • Sep 2016
  • International $ 1,605 per module
  • 12 months

The Master of Engineering in Engine Systems (MEES) degree is designed for early to mid-career engineers who are assuming new roles and responsibilities in leading engine development projects. Engineers from companies that design and manufacture internal combustion engines of all sizes—from lawn mowers to diesel ship engines—will benefit.

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Mechanical Design Mechanical Design
  • Sep 2016
  • EEA € 0 per year
  • Non-EEA € 12,573 per year
  • 24 months

During the programme, you learn to design, draw, produce and test small and simple machines as well as large and more complicated ones. You become a technical problem solver, and you learn to turn visions into actions by combining theory and practice. The programme inspires you to optimise exisiting systems and processes, adapt new inventions to alternative applications, or to take a completely new direction in a development project.

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Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering
  • Feb 2016
  • Sep 2016
  • EEA € 1,906 per year
  • 24 months

Mechanical engineers focus on the design and analysis of machinery, structures and products. The Master’s programme in Mechanical Engineering zooms in on one of these disciplines.

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Applied Mechanics Applied Mechanics
  • Sep 2016
  • Non-EEA € 15,000 per year
  • 24 months

The aim of this programme is to provide an internationally competitive education and prepare students for a professional career in any area of engineering and development. This requires an advanced knowledge of modelling, computational and experimental issues in applied mechanics.

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Structural Engineering & Structural Mechanics Structural Engineering & Structural Mechanics
  • Dec 2015
  • National $ 1,704 per module
  • International $ 4,578 per module
  • Not specified

Usually graduate students admitted to the SESM-program will have completed a B.S. degree in either Civil or Architectural Engineering from a program accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) in the United States, or will hold an equivalent degree from a foreign institution. Students should consult with their SESM Academic Advisor before initial registration. Advanced courses at the 6000 and 7000 levels are usually offered only in alternate years.

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Graduate Pathway in Mechanical Engineering ME Graduate Pathway in Mechanical Engineering ME
  • Aug 2016
  • International $ 27,700 per year
  • 9 months

Designed for students who are not able to gain admittance into a graduate program, the Graduate Pathway is a one-year program that will prepare you for academic success by strengthening your academic, English and GRE skills. This Pathway program leads to the Master of Engineering program at Colorado State University. The Master of Engineering program is 30 credits based on curricula that allow graduate students to efficiently focus on the academic courses most relevant to their professional objectives. Each student works with an advisor to create a program of study.

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