Concentration – Mechanical Engineering

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UConn’s Master of Engineering (MENG) in Mechanical Engineering program is a 30-credit online graduate degree. 

The mechanical engineering field encompasses analysis, design, manufacturing, and maintenance of mechanical systems. Mechanical engineering spans a broad spectrum of advanced subjects including design and operation of novel energy conversion devices, sensors, sensor networks and process control, advanced materials development for mechanical analysis of nanoscale and biological systems, and computer aided design of highly engineered systems, to name a few. 

UConn’s Mechanical Engineering Department within the College of Engineering includes award winning faculty members who are field, research and online classroom experts. UConn’s engineering research, educational endeavors and career driven online course curriculum are closely tied to a large number of international, high technology companies having a strong interest in Mechanical Engineering disciplines. Our students go on to work in some of today’s most pivotal mechanical engineering positions.  

The Master of Engineering (MENG) Mechanical Engineering online degree offers two areas of concentration: Systems and Mechanics, and Thermal and Fluid Sciences with online learning modalities and synchronous and asynchronous coursework. Students can complete UConn’s Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering Degree remotely, 100%, from anywhere in the world.  

View the Master of Engineering (MENG) Mechanical Engineering online Plan of Study 

Learn more about the Mechanical Engineer employment outlook; visit the Bureau of Labor Statistics: Mechanical Engineer Occupational Employment Statistic