MASTER’S IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CURRICULAR STRUCTURE

Master’s program in mechanical engineering has 10 courses (40 credits) typically distributed as follows:

2 Basic courses, common to all students of the Program (8 credits)

4 Elective courses of the master’s program in mechanical engineering (16 credits)

1 Elective course in another master’s program of the University (4 credits)

3 Thesis Cycle Courses (12 credits)

MODEL PROGRAM

This is the suggested route for full-time students starting their studies in the first semester of the year. 

First Semester

MEng 4001

Applied Mathematics 4

MEng 4700

Master’s Seminar 0

MEngXXXX

Specialization Elective 4

MEngXXXX

Specialization Elective 4

  Total Credits: 12

Inter-semester

MEngXXXX

Specialization Elective 4

  Total Credits: 4

Second Semester

MEng4000

Experimentation and Instrumentation Techniques 4

MEng 4701

Thesis I 4

MEngXXXX

Specialization Elective 4

  Total Credits: 12

Third Semester

MEng 4702

Thesis II 8

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Experimentation and Instrumentation Techniques 4

  Total Credits: 12

  

AVAILABLE COURSES

 

Courses Offered

COMPULSORY CYCLE

Experimentation techniques | Applied mathematics

 

ELECTIVE CYCLE

 

Electives

Energy conversion

|advanced fluid mechanics

|advanced heat transfer 

|advanced thermodynamics 

|combustion

 

Structural integrity electives

|Fracture and fatigue mechanics

|Advanced solid mechanics 

|Dynamic characterization of materials

|Polymer Mechanics

 

Machinery Dynamics Electives

|Advanced dynamic

|Computational dynamics

|Computer-aided Mechanism Design

|Advanced Vibrations

|Robot Dynamics

 

Materials and Manufacturing Electives

|Computer-Aided Manufacturing

|Materials and manufacturing

|Ceramic science and Technology

|Polymer processing

 

Computational Mechanics Electives

|Continuum mechanics

|Numerical solution of partial differential equations

|Finite element analysis

 

RESEARCH CYCLE / THESIS

| Master’s Seminar | Thesis I | Thesis II

 

*Courses offered in the last periods of the master’s degree