Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Energy Conversion

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (Energy Conversion) is part of the Sustainable Infrastructure Systems program which prepares students for immediate and effective participation in the modern infrastructure workforce through a common core that includes smart-system design for sustainable infrastructures, the societal and regulatory context of infrastructure engineering decisions, and construction management.

Career Options

A variety of career opportunities exist, but primarily in the areas of: Aerospace & Defense, Automotive, Manufacturing, Warehouse Distribution Facilities, Dynamics & Control, Transportation Systems, Consulting Firms, Biomedical Design, Robotics, and Refrigeration Systems.

Courses of Interest – Across all Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering graduate degree programs*

AME 430 | Thermal System Design
AME 525 | Engineering Analysis
AME 526 | Engineering Analytical Methods
AME 577 | Survey of Energy and Power for a Sustainable Future
AME 578 | Modern Alternative Energy Conversion Devices
CE 501 | Functions of the Constructor

*Click here for a complete list of program requirements.

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Faculty Spotlight

Henryk Flashner, PhD