The 30 Best Master’s in Mechanical Engineering Programs Online for 2018

By BCR Staff
June 2018

Mechanical engineers design and build the machines and devices that make everyday life possible. An online mechanical engineering master’s degree leads to employment opportunities in some of the newest and most innovative industries.

Through these degrees, graduates are prepared for careers in a variety of manufacturing settings, including transportation and safety, alternative energies, aerospace, healthcare, nanotechnology, robotics, and manufacturing. Online master’s in mechanical engineering programs emphasize mathematical and computer expertise, practical engineering, problem-solving, creativity, and the ability to work well under pressure.

In this ranking, our editors examine our picks of the top 30 online master’s for mechanical engineering programs. For more generalized information regarding distance learning visit our ranking of the top online colleges.

Rating and Ranking Methodology
Tuition Points:

  • Under $45,000—1 point
  • Under $40,000—2 points
  • Under $35,000—3 points
  • Under $30,000—4 points
  • Under $25,000—5 points
  • Under $20,000—6 points
  • Under $15,000—7 points
  • Under $10,000—8 points
  • Under $5,000—9 points

US News and World Report Recognition as a Top Online School for Master’s in Engineering Programs

  • Top 5— 5 points
  • Top 10— 4 points
  • Top 25 —3 points
  • Top 50 —2 points
  • Top 75 —1 point

Customization Options

  • Format Customizations (e.g. Hybrid/Online, Full-time/Part-Time, Accelerated, Degree Completion, etc.)—1 Point Per Customization Option
  • Content Customizations (e.g. Minors, Concentrations, Specializations, etc.)—1 Point Per Customization Option (5-point cap)

Wow Factor

  • 1 point awarded for each unique feature or program that “wowed” us

Our editor started with a list of over 50 colleges, and then use our customized ranking methodology to shortlist the TOP 30. We were able to narrow these initial findings by applying a few factors such as: affordability (average net price is capped at $36,000), program customization, ROI, and career prospects. Finally, we used information from U.S. News & World Report as well as from each school’s website to apply the rating and ranking methodology above. In the event of a tie in points, the school with the lower tuition receives the higher ranking.

Check them out below!

 

#30 –  SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 6

Southern Methodist University’s Lyle School of Engineering educates more than 1,000 graduate students every year. The engineering program boasts an 11:1 student-to-faculty ratio. Graduate students in the program select from three concentrations: Design and Dynamic Systems and Controls, Mechanics and Manufacturing, and Thermal and Fluid Sciences. The LOGin learning management system streams video to anywhere in the world.

An M.S. in Mechanical Engineering requires 30 credits, and students can choose from a thesis or a non-thesis track. Students can explore courses like:

  • Microfluidics and Microfabrication
  • Nontraditional Manufacturing Processes
  • Optimal and Robust Control

Tuition Fee: $1,350 per credit hour

 

#29 –  MISSOURI UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 6

Missouri S&T has a Distance and Continuing Education program, through which students can earn a master’s degree, such as the 30-credit MS in Mechanical Engineering online. The program, which has a thesis and non-thesis option, is delivered through live streaming and archived for students to access asynchronously.

Requiring 30 credits, this degree includes courses in control systems, environmental systems, instrumentation manufacturing processes, materials science, mechanical design and analysis, and thermal science. The program is offered completely online, but students can conduct research in the school’s labs and centers under the guidance of faculty.

Admission requirements include a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, aerospace, or a related engineering or science field; a minimum 3.0 GPA; and GRE scores.

Tuition Fee: $1200 per credit hour

 

#28 –  MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 6

This program is a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Mississippi State University, with major study areas such as – fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, energy systems, thermal sciences and mechanical design.

  • Thesis option: 24 hours of coursework and a 1-hour graduate seminar are required along with 6 hours of thesis research.
  • Non-thesis option: 30 hours of coursework and a 1-hour graduate seminar are required.

The student-faculty ratio at Mississippi State University is 20:1, and the school has 34.7% of its classes with fewer than 20 students.

Tuition Fee: Resident – $456 per credit hour  |  Non-resident and International – $1236 per credit hour

 

#27 –  VILLANOVA UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 7

Villanova’s MSME program is modern, relevant and comprehensive. In addition to the broad areas of thermal sciences, mechanics and materials, and dynamics and controls, courses are also offered in emerging fields like bioengineering and nanotechnology. Full-time students can take 2-3 classes per semester and can finish the program in 2 years.

  • The MSME program requires 30 semester credit hours (10 courses), including at least 24 course credits and 6 credits of research for the thesis option.

Villanova reports that an MSME can net graduates an average annual income of $105,616. The top three employers of Villanova’s graduates are Lockheed Martin, Boeing, and the Naval Surface Warfare Center.

Tuition Fee: $1,395 per credit hour

 

#26 –  UNIVERSITY OF IDAHO

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 7

University of Idaho’s off-campus Master of Engineering degree is designed for engineers with industrial experience and a master’s thesis is not required. Students completing this degree would be better prepared to work as a project manager or project engineer in an industrial setting. The degree requires a minimum of 30 credit hours and normally takes 3 to 4 semesters to complete.

The student-faculty ratio at the University of Idaho is 16:1, and the school has 53% of its classes with fewer than 20 students.

Tuition Fee: Full-Time (9-20 credits): $4,432 per credit hour  |  Part-Time (1-8 credits): $492 per credit hour

 

#25 –  UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-DEARBORN

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 7

UM-Dearborn’s 30-credit MS in mechanical engineering has two areas of focus: mechanical science and thermal/fluid science. Students have the option to take half of the program’s credits in an emphasis area. Graduates have experience using the latest technologies in the field, can analyze and solve advanced problems in mechanical engineering, and can apply the latest techniques and tools in their profession. The online master’s in mechanical engineering degree has a fully online or hybrid delivery option; both use the Canvas learning management system.

The student-faculty ratio at University of Michigan – Dearborn is 17:1, and the school has 32.7% of its classes with fewer than 20 students. Admission requirements include a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or a similar field with a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA.

Tuition Fee: Resident – $683 per credit hour  |  Non-resident – $804 per credit hour

 

#24 –  AUBURN UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 8

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Auburn University offers a non-thesis program intended for those who expect to enter the engineering profession at an advanced level. Educational and research facilities are available to support graduate study in engineering mechanics, experimental mechanics, robotics, vibrations, dynamical systems, engineering design, engineering acoustics, computer-aided design, materials science and thermal/fluid sciences. Completion of the degree required 30 credits.

The student-faculty ratio at Auburn University is 19:1, and students living near the Auburn campus may utilize research laboratories. Facilities include robotics, acoustics, a vibration lab, and thermal/fluid testing.

Tuition Fee: $949 per credit hour

 

#23 –  STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 8

Stevens Institute of Technology focuses on research and current work in the Department of Mechanical Engineering includes nano/microfabrication, robotics, plastics/polymers, and sustainable energy. A Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering can be completed on campus or fully online. The 30 credits needed for graduation break down into two core classes, four classes in a concentration, and four electives.

The four concentration courses can be chosen from one of seven concentrations: manufacturing; medical devices; micro/nanosystems; pharmaceutical manufacturing; product design; robotics and control; and thermal, fluids, and energy.

Faculty of the institute has held talks on technical writing, formatting a thesis, and many other topics.

Tuition Fee: $1,620 per credit hour

 

#22 –  UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 8

The Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program at the University of Houston prepares students to take on engineering leadership positions in industry, government, and academia. The program also provides the skills necessary to systematically solve real-world problems. Outside of the energy industry, this program encompasses advanced study and research in the areas of applied mechanics, control of dynamical systems, materials science, thermal and fluid sciences, and biomedical engineering. Credits required: 30

The Cullen College of Engineering lists projected salaries with a Master’s in Mechanical Engineering and reports the mean salary for entry-level employees to be $83,000. This is higher than the national mean of $75,391.

Tuition Fee: $485 per credit hour

 

#21 –  UNIVERSITY OF CINCINNATI

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 8

This program at the University of Cincinnati is an industry-focused, practice-oriented degree that will deepen your engineering skills in design and manufacturing while developing professional skills essential to a thriving business organization. Engineers who complete this degree are prepared to solve complex problems and manage tasks and projects successfully. The coursework, taught by faculty with industry experience, includes the study of production planning and control, design for manufacturability, intelligent systems theory, lean manufacturing, and supply chain management.

This program includes core courses and a capstone experience to comprise a total of 30 credit hours. The required capstone course has students engage in a project, develop a report, and present the findings to faculty and peers. The degree completion can take as less as 18 months.

Tuition Fee: Resident – $761 per credit hour  |  Non-resident – $ 775 per credit hour

 

#20 –  MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 9

Realize your career goal in design, simulation, manufacturing, testing, or one of the many other facets of the mechanical engineering discipline. Students in the Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program at Michigan Technological University can choose from a broad spectrum of mechanical engineering applications.

Three plans of study are offered for the online master’s mechanical engineering degree: the thesis option, which includes required coursework and a thesis; a report option, which includes required coursework and a report with results from an independent project; and the coursework-only option.

Online students engage in an immersive education that utilizes video conferencing, live streaming, and interactive technologies to facilitate learning from a distance. Completion of this degree requires a minimum of 20 credits.

Tuition Fee: $1,078 per credit

 

#19 –  TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 9

The mechanical engineering curriculum at Texas A&M educates students in logical thinking – a prerequisite for professional competence. The curriculum consists of basic theory courses complemented by laboratory experiences in dynamic systems and controls, design, experimentation, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, manufacturing, and materials.

Online master’s mechanical engineering degree students are required to develop a thesis and a portfolio. Graduates can apply knowledge of engineering, math, and science; identify and solve engineering problems; use learned techniques and engineering tools in the field. Students are also taught to be effective communicators.

With a student-faculty ratio of 20:1, the completion of this degree (36 credit hours) will be informative and interesting.

Tuition Fee: Resident – $2522.99  |  Non-resident – $3356.99  |  International – $3838.49

 

#18 –  UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 9

The Master of Mechanical Engineering: Polymer Science program at University of Wisconsin- Madison will prepare you to face the many challenges that plastics companies and industry encounter every day and will introduce you to traditional plastics as well as the latest innovations in specialty polymers with growing applications in the biomedical and pharmaceutical fields, and in electronics and nanotechnology.

Researchers at the university have long been interested in the creation and characterization of polymeric materials and a greater understanding of structure-property relationships. 30 credits to be completed in 2-4 years to finish the degree.

Tuition Fee: $1600 per credit hour

 

#17 –  COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 9

CSU’s online mechanical engineering master’s is designed to equip you with an understanding of the design, costs, and environmental impact involved in engineering. CSU’s mechanical engineering master’s degree offers options to focus your studies in different areas, depending on your interest. In addition to core courses, flexibility within the program’s electives allows you to choose coursework that aligns with specific educational or career goals. The skills you acquire in this program can be applied to a variety of industries, including:

  • Healthcare
  • Renewable energy
  • Manufacturing materials
  • Aerospace
  • Automotive design

Completion requires 30 credits and takes about 2 years.

Tuition Fee: $936 per credit hour

 

#16 –  LEHIGH UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 10

Mechanical Engineering is one of the core disciplines in the P.C. Rossin College of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Lehigh University. This program is for working professional engineers focused on gaining new knowledge in areas such as solid and fluid mechanics, engineering materials, product design and manufacturing, thermodynamics and control systems.

  • There are two options for a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering through distance education: Both thesis and non-thesis mechanical engineering masters programs require a minimum of 30 hours of coursework.
  • The non-thesis program requires 15 credit hours in Mechanical Engineering and Mechanics. A thesis option consists of 15 credits in core classes and nine credits in electives. Completing the thesis earns another six credits.

Tuition Fee: $1,500 per credit hour + $100 online access fee

 

#15 –  RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 10

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s graduate program in Mechanical Engineering is the natural next step for engineers ready to lead teams and projects in complex organizations and environments. Credits Required: 30

  • The program includes coursework from energy, manufacturing, mechanics and systems concentrations to prepare the well-rounded problem-solver.
  • The program is delivered using online and blended instruction designed to fit into the lives of busy professionals.

Tuition Fee: $1,454 per credit hour

 

#14 –  UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT URBANA-CHAMPAIGN

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 10

At the University of Illinois, two mechanical engineering graduate degrees can be earned online: the MSME degree and the M.Eng.ME degree. The degree requirements for the online options are the same as the on-campus options. Online students have a maximum of five years to complete the degree requirements.

32 credit hours of formal, graded, graduate-level coursework is required for the non-thesis option, and 24 credit hours with a thesis. Most MS students in Mechanical Engineering, in collaboration with their research adviser, choose the thesis option, and most MS students are supported on research or teaching assistantships.

Tuition Fee: $1,084 per credit hour + $50 per credit hour admin fee

 

#13 –  NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 11

Convenience and flexibility are key advantages of this program at NC State University. The MSME degree is a 30-credit-hour degree program that does not require a thesis, a final oral exam, or on-campus attendance. It is designed for students with a B.S. degree in mechanical or aerospace engineering or related field. Each student in the MSME Distance Education program must complete a minimum of four core MAE courses from a concentration area and two additional MAE courses at the 500 or 700 level. In addition, each student must complete three credit hours of MAE 586 (Project Work in Mechanical Engineering).

Learners are required to work with an adviser to develop a plan of study before they complete 15 credits. The online master’s in mechanical engineering can be taken on a full-time or part-time basis, with a student-faculty ratio of 13:1.

Tuition Fee: $503.56 per credit hour

 

#12 –  BOSTON UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 11

Boston University’s Master of Engineering (MEng) degree in Mechanical Engineering is a professional master’s program with 32 credit hours. It is aimed at:

  • Graduating senior students who want a one-year master’s in engineering before they look for industrial jobs
  • Mid-career professionals who want to switch careers and would like to complete a one-year master’s degree between jobs

Additionally, there is no master’s thesis required, but there is a substantive project which gives hands-on implementation to your learnings.

Tuition Fee: $1,651 per credit – (Standard fee for any Full-Time student)

 

#11 –  WORCESTER POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 11

Worcester Polytechnic University’s Online MS in Mechanical Engineering program helps you gain the knowledge and skills needed to push the boundaries of analysis, design, and manufacturing. This is a customizable program, that leverages your professional expertise in mechanical engineering and meets career and lifestyle goals. The MS in Mechanical Engineering is a non-thesis degree with a minimum of 30 credit hours, and you can complete this degree in 2 years.

Even though this is an online program, you will be connected with a Student Support Member from the time you apply. They will be present via phone and email to help you out at each step!

Tuition Fee: $1,513 per credit

 

#10 –  JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 12

Instructors in the Mechanical Engineering program at Johns Hopkins Engineering for Professionals are leading mechanical engineers whose courses address topics ranging from advanced vehicle technologies and modern energy systems to improved robot control and the integration of modern technologies into manufacturing. Students, who are often practicing engineers, have access to state-of-the-art facilities and a modern, evolving curriculum that prepares them to be leaders in these growing fields. For graduation, at least 10 courses must be completed within five years.

Many students are working engineers, and thus the program can be taken full-time or part-time. Faculty members are also mechanical engineers who are leaders in the field.

Tuition Fee: $5,374 minimum tuition for up to 3 credits; then $1,791 per credit after minimum tuition

 

#9 –  UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 12

UF EDGE offers online master’s degrees from seven of our Gator Engineering departments with multiple degree program tracks (emphasized areas of study) available in these seven majors. Each master’s degree program consists of 10 courses (30 credit hours of coursework). The master’s degree courses are offered on a semester basis, with various course offerings for the fall and spring terms.

UF EDGE master’s degree programs require formal admission to the University of Florida.  Applicants must meet UF’s general admission requirements as well as those specified by the individual degree program.

Tuition Fee: Resident – $448 per credit hour + $15 Distance Learning Fee  |  Non-resident – $690 per credit hour

 

#8 –  PURDUE UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 12

The online mechanical engineering master’s program at Purdue University is conveniently designed for professional engineers looking to advance their skills without disrupting their careers.

The 30-credit hour curriculum allows you to choose to earn a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) or an Interdisciplinary Master of Science in Engineering (MSE/MS) with a concentration in Mechanical Engineering. They offer both thesis and non-thesis degree options. Courses offered in some of the following topic areas: Bio-mechanics, Automotive Systems, Fluid Mechanics, Acoustics, Materials Processing.

Tuition Fee:  Resident – $600.45 |  Non-resident – $948.30  |  International – 1018.30

 

#7 –  UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 13

The MS in Mechanical Engineering degree from USC provides the technical education needed for engineering professionals in various industries such as aerospace, automotive, energy and power, utilities, petrochemical, design, manufacturing, and transportation. The course program for each track is designed to provide you with an education that is strong in both fundamentals and application, preparing you for doctoral programs, as well as for continuing your engineering career in the industry.

A minimum of 27 units is required for the MS in Mechanical Engineering degree, and a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 is required for graduation.

Tuition Fee: $2005 per unit (Both on-campus and [email protected] [online] students pay the same fee).

 

#6 –  UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 13

University of Washington’s Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering (MSME) degree is intended for students with undergraduate degrees in mechanical engineering or a closely related field, such as aerospace engineering. Students’ undergraduate backgrounds should include mechanical engineering core courses in fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, mechanics of materials, dynamics of mechanical systems, systems analysis and machine design. This degree requires 42 credits and is intended for students presenting themselves as professional mechanical engineers, with sufficient academic background.

The student-faculty ratio at the University of Washington is 17:1, and the school has 32.3% of its classes with fewer than 20 students.

Tuition Fee:  Resident – $535 per credit | Non-resident and International – $985 per credit

 

#5 –  CASE WESTERN RESERVE UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 13

The online MS in Mechanical Engineering degree consists of nine courses or 27 credit hours. Case Western has a rich history of research and teaching in areas such as fluid mechanics, combustion science, biologically inspired robotics, aerospace engineering, experimental and computational solid mechanics and biomechanics. The faculty brings this expertise and experience to the teaching of the courses in their online curriculum.

  • NOTE: Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering offers reduced tuition via automatically applied scholarships for all new online students. No additional paperwork is required.

Tuition Fee: $5571 per credit hour

 

#4 –  STANFORD UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 14

At Stanford’s graduate level, the Mechanical Engineering program aligns academic coursework with research, to prepare scholars in specialized areas within the field of mechanical engineering. Human-centered design and design for sustainability are themes that span all the programs in the department.

This program requires the completion of 45 units which comprise a specific course of study. Students may need to come to campus to complete the requirements if required courses are not offered online. You must complete this degree with all 45 units, within 5 years of starting the program.

Tuition Fee: Ranges from $249 – 1,295 per course, depending on the program.

 

#3 –  COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 14

The Mechanical Engineering Department at Columbia University delivers a fully online degree that requires 30 units for graduation. The student’s program of study is developed in consultation with a program advisor to reflect the student’s special interests. Typical choices include such subjects as mechanics of solids and fluids, thermodynamics, heat transfer, manufacturing engineering, robotics, kinematics, dynamics and vibrations, controls, and power generation.

Out-of-department study is encouraged, but at least five courses should be in mechanical engineering. This way the student acquires a wholesome knowledge bank.

Tuition Fee: $1,936 per credit hour

 

#2 –  GEORGIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 15

At Georgia Tech:

  • Learn methods of advanced analysis appropriate for professionals to use when solving problems.
  • Learn to apply innovative techniques to solve problems.
  • Develop skills pertinent to the research process, including your ability to formulate problems, to synthesize and integrate information, as well as work collaboratively and communicate effectively.

Courses include: Computer-Aided Design, Machine Tool Analysis and Control, Rotor-dynamics, Cellular Engineering, and Robotics. For completion, students must complete 30 credit hours, and have both a thesis and non-thesis option.

Tuition Fee:  Resident – $575 per credit hour |  Non-resident – $1191 per credit hour

 

#1 –  UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA – WORLD CAMPUS

ONLINE MASTER OF SCIENCE IN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

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Points: 15

Penn State’s online mechanical engineering program, delivered through Penn State World Campus, is identical to their resident instruction program. The courses in the 32-credit online curriculum can help you gain advanced knowledge for research, analysis, and design in mechanical engineering. You’ll study topics such as heat transfer, the foundations of fluid mechanics, automatic control systems, solid mechanics, and engineering optimization.

The online courses are collaborative, allowing you to build strong ties with other students and gain perspectives from other disciplines and industries. The program maintains maximum flexibility to meet both the professional needs of individual students and quality academic standards.

Tuition Fee: $1,100 per credit

 

 

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