Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

Master of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Specialization

Mechanical Engineering Specialization

Plan C | On-Campus and Online

EG 1301 ENGR-MECZ-ME | On-Campus​

EG 1301 ENGR-MD-ME | Online

Mechanical Engineering Specialization

Plan C | On-Campus and Online

EG 1301 ENGR-MECZ-ME | On-Campus​

EG 1301 ENGR-MD-ME | Online

Overview

The Master of Engineering, Plan C, Mechanical Engineering Specialization is an on-campus or online degree program focused on enhancing the expertise of working professionals or continuing students who are looking to keep up with the pace of innovation within their industry and advance in their careers. Engineers who want to further their careers with industrial firms and governmental agencies or those who want to pursue a career in private practice should consider this degree. This is a coursework-only degree program with no thesis requirement.

Note: Mechanical Engineering is a specialization in the College of Engineering, Plan C, Master of Engineering degree; therefore, the Mechanical Engineering title only appears on the student’s transcript and not on the final diploma.

Requirements

Students are required to complete:

  • Minimum 30 total credits of regular coursework
  • Minimum 24 credits, taken at CSU, that are 500-level or above
  • Minimum 21 credits taken after program admission
  • Minimum 15 credits of MECH prefix coursework

No thesis, independent study, practicum, or supervised teaching

Advisor required – Graduate Committee not required

Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is about using our knowledge of materials, energy, and health to solve society’s global engineering challenges.

Mechanical engineering at Colorado State University is about using our knowledge of materials, energy, and health to solve society’s global engineering challenges.

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