Master of Engineering (MENG): Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering - Online & Distance Learning

The mechanical engineering field encompasses analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. Today, it spans a broad spectrum of advanced subjects including design and operation of novel energy conversion devices; sensors, sensor networks and process control; advanced materials development for mechanical analysis of nanoscale and biological systems; and computer aided design of highly engineered systems, to name a few.

The Mechanical Engineering Department includes faculty members who have been recipients of National Science Foundation CAREER, Office of Naval Research Young Investigator, and Army Research Office Young Investigator awards. Our research and educational endeavors are closely tied to the large number of international, high technology companies surrounding us that have a strong interest in Mechanical Engineering disciplines.

UConn's Master of Engineering (MENG) in Mechanical Engineering degree offers two areas of concentration: Systems and Mechanics, and Thermal and Fluid Sciences with an online and distance learning modality. 

To view the Master of Engineering (MENG) Mechanical Engineering Plan of Study CLICK HERE

Application Deadlines
Summer Semester:
April 21st
Fall Semester: July 21st
Summer Semester: December 9th

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