Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering

The Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering (M.Eng.ME) program is a professionally oriented master’s degree program that provides advanced knowledge and experiential opportunities beyond that of a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. The M.Eng.ME program is coursework-based, industry-oriented, and offers three tracks of study around which students may choose to design their curriculum: Design, Energy, and Manufacturing. Alternate tracks of study may be pursued with the approval and guidance of the M.Eng.ME faculty advisor. 

The M.Eng.ME program allows students to earn a graduate degree in this highly sought-after field within one of the world’s most prestigious and largest engineering institutions: The Grainger College of Engineering at Illinois. Renowned faculty and exceptional students are drawn to Illinois because of our global reputation.
 

500-level courses designed specifically for M.Eng.ME students

These courses will be offered Spring 2020! 

   ME 598: Advanced Robust Control, taught by National Academy of Engineering (NAE) member Dr. Kevin Wise of The Boeing Company and Innovative Control Technologies, LLC.

ME 598: Computational Modeling of Industrial Transport Processes, taught by Professor Emeritus and Research Professor Pratap Vanka, an expert in computational fluid dynamics and computational heat transfer. 

 ME 598: Hydrocarbon Fluid Properties, taught by National Academy of Engineering (NAE) member Dr. Birol Dindoruk of Shell International, E&P Inc., an expert in theoretical and practical contributions to enhanced oil recovery and CO2 sequestration.

 

Other 500-level courses designed specifically for M.Eng.ME students

 ME 598: Fun with Mechanics, taught by Professor Darrell F. Socie, a scholar in theoretical and applied mechanics and an expert in fracture mechanics and fatigue.  This exciting, applied mechanics two-semester course sequence will be offered Fall 2020 and Spring 2021. [Read more here]

  ME 598: Applied Control System Design and Analysis with Aerospace Examples, taught by Dr. Kevin Wise of The Boeing Company and Innovative Control Technologies, LLC.