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Mechanical Engineering

Earn a Bachelor’s and a Master’s in Five Years

Kick your education into high gear with the Accelerated Master’s Program in Mechanical Engineering, a fast track for students driven to succeed academically and professionally in a shorter amount of time by simultaneously working toward both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree. The program allows you to count up to six credits toward a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering or Biomedical Engineering and either a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering or Master of Science in Engineering Mechanics.

The program offers three options—thesis, report, or course-work-only—preparing students to pursue doctoral studies in mechanical engineering or excel in industry. Demand for graduates who have a master’s degree in mechanical engineering continues to rise. The accelerated program gets you where you want to go in fewer semesters.

Learn more about the mechanical engineering accelerated master’s degree program.