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Graduate Studies in Mechanical Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering program at Missouri S&T offers a comprehensive graduate education in a number of exciting areas. Doctoral and thesis masters students conduct high-impact research in our laboratories and centers while being mentored by world-class faculty. Non-thesis masters and certificate programs are also available for students wanting to update and enhance their technical skills. We offer the Doctor of Philosophy (traditional and direct from bachelors) and Master of Science (thesis and non–thesis options) degrees, as well as certificates in Composite Materials and Structures, Control Systems, Energy Conversion and Transport, Manufacturing Automation and Engineering Mechanics. All graduate degrees and certificates are available to distance students. Students pursuing research studies (i.e., thesis masters and doctor of philosophy) can apply for Teaching Assistantships through the department and for Graduate Research Assistantships by contacting MAE Faculty directly. Domestic students interested in our PhD programs can apply for a Travel Grant. The university has Chancellor's Distinguished Fellowship Information totaling over $45,000 available to highly qualified domestic PhD students and the department has Mathews and Kaiser Fellowships totaling $38,000 available to highly qualified PhD students, both domestic and foreign.
Almost all of our students conducting research receive support for their graduate studies. Click on the link below to learn more about the many funding opportunities available to our students.
Dr. Gao with her PhD student working on nanophotonic devices under the optical microscope. Dr. Gao's research focuses on nanophotonic devices and optic technologies.
Dr. Kinzel and graduate students (Chuang Qu and Jacob Wilson) are working to scale up the fabrication of metamaterials to control thermal transport.
As part of a Honeywell-Missouri S&T research collaboration agreement, a five-year ~ $5 million project entitled “Metal Additive Manufacturing Materials Analysis” has been established at Missouri S&T under direction of Dr. Ming Leu with research funding provided by Honeywell.