Graduate Programs Overview
- M & IE Graduate Manual (PDF, will open in a new window)
- Mechanical & Industrial Engineering Graduate School Brochure (PDF, will open in a new window)
Master of Science Program
The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering at MSU has programs leading to the Master of Science degrees in Mechanical and Industrial & Management Engineering. Each program is autonomously administered by Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering faculty. Both thesis and non-thesis programs are available in each program. The Department has a limited number of assistantships available for teaching, and the faculty of the Department often support graduate students with research assistantships. More information regarding admission criteria, areas of concentration, program requirements, and financial support is available by selecting the program you are interested in:
Master of Engineering Degree
The Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering offers a non-thesis, course-work only Master of Engineering degree. See details at the College of Engineering Master of Engineering Degree Program.
The Department also participates in the College of Engineering Ph.D. Program. The doctorate program is available in seven areas: civil engineering, applied mechanics, environmental engineering, electrical and computer engineering, chemical engineering, industrial engineering and mechanical engineering. More information regarding admission criteria and projects with financial support is available by selecting the option you are interested in: