Why a master's degree in ME at Binghamton University?
- Top-ranked SUNY school
- Curriculum that develops strong technical skills
- Outstanding and collaborative faculty
- State-of-the-art research facilities
- Internship opportunities
- Career success
MS Degree - Specializations
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
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 characterization, microstructure/property relationships, thin films, computational materials, interfacial phenomena, functional materials, materials processing
mechanics of materials and structures, computational mechanics, biomechanics, waves and vibration, additive manufacturing
Energy and Transport Phenomena
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.
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 and MFG of Composite
- ME 524 - Adv. Mech. Vibrations
- ME 550 - Intro To Fluid Dynamics
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.
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See the master's program at a glance:
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.
Resources for Current Students
MS - Important Program Details (students entering Spring 2022 or earlier)
MS - Important Program Details (for students starting in Fall 2022 or later)