What to Expect
Save time pursuing your bachelor’s and master’s degree in our integrated program—you can complete both in just five years if studying full time. When you’re admitted to our program around your senior year, you may take up to nine credit hours of graduate courses that count toward both degree requirements.
In our program, you’ll enhance your knowledge of fundamental mechanical engineering principles—such as fluid and thermal sciences, kinetics and dynamics—while exploring how they converge with physical and data science. Thanks to this multidisciplinary approach, you’ll gain an advanced perspective on how to tackle some of the the world’s most complex challenges in spaces such as the emerging fields of cyber-physical systems, the Industrial Internet of Things, digital and sustainable manufacturing and more. And, you’ll be able to select a specialized track, such as biomechanics, dynamics, control and manufacturing, or fluid and thermal sciences.