The graduate program leading to the MS in ME degree is organized into four areas of study.
- The solid mechanics track is for students interested in the study of solids, stress analysis, kinetics, vibration, and structural mechanics.
- The thermal sciences track is for students interested in heat transfer, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and computational fluid dynamics.
- The biomedical engineering track is for students interested in broad areas of biomechanics, such as musculoskeletal systems, joint mechanics, dental mechanics, and medical instrumentation.
- The mechatronics and controls track is for students interested in the study of mechanical systems, electro-mechanical systems, control theory, micro-controllers, sensors, and actuators.
For questions contact the Graduate Office at (317) 278-4960 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.