Mechanical Engineering Student Excellence Scholarship
The Binghamton University Department of Mechanical Engineering is offering this new scholarship to all of the top master's program applicants. The $1,000 scholarship is a one-time award for eligible incoming master's students and will be provided when the student enrolls.
Students admitted to the 4+1 BS/MS Program are also eligible for this scholarship.
Contact Paul Chiarot, the director of graduate studies, for more information at email@example.com.
See the master's programs at a glance:
MS degree - Areas of Emphasis
The program leading to the MS degree provides a balance of advanced theory and practical knowledge necessary for either practice within the profession or for advancement to a doctoral program.
- Design and Manufacturing: computer-aided design, optimal design, design with reliability, additive manufacturing, micro- and nano-fabrication
- Dynamic Systems: multiphysics phenomena, microstructural vibrations, MEMS/NEMS, novel acoustic measurement techniques, noise control, microscale vibrations and acoustics, nonlinear dynamics, sensors and actuators, control systems, robotics
- Materials: materials characterization, microstructure/property relationships, thin films, computational materials, interfacial phenomena, functional materials, materials processing
- Solid Mechanics: mechanics of materials and structures, computational mechanics, biomechanics, waves and vibration, additive manufacturing
- Transport Phenomena and Energy: heat and mass transfer in biological/environmental/industrial applications, microfluidics/nanofluidics, complex fluids, mechanobiology, interfacial phenomena/wetting, additive manufacturing, energy generation, energy storage, energy efficient space heating and cooling, smart electronics and data center cooling, small-scale power harvesting
To learn more about the degree requirements, refer to the University Bulletin.
MS in Mechanical Engineering
Selection of Core Courses
- ME 535 - Analytical Methods I
- ME 533 - Applied Mathematical Methods
- ME 517 - Finite Element Analysis I
- ME 541 - Computational Fluid Dynamics
- ME 511 - Elasticity
- ME 514 - Plasticity
- ME 520 - Mechanics of Composite Mtls
- ME 524 - Adv. Mech. Vibrations
- ME 550 - Intro To Fluid Dynamics
Links to Areas of Emphasis Courses:
Application Procedures for Teaching Assistant and Graduate Assistant Positions: All current and admitted students are automatically considered for TA positions; but please note that TA positions are assigned competitively. There are no additional forms to complete to be considered. If you are selected for a TA position, we will contact you as soon as possible. Each faculty member assigns their own RA/GA positions; students should contact faculty members directly about the availability of these positions.