Mesa, Arizona 800-WILKES U, x6372 (T) or 570-408-MESA (T) Email
Engineers looking to advance their career can earn their master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Wilkes University.
The master of science degree in Mechanical Engineering is designed for engineering professionals preparing to increase their knowledge of complex mechanical technologies and sophisticated automated systems to meet the growing demand for highly-skilled engineers in a changing market of rapidly evolving technologies. The program combines Wilkes’ engineering strengths of blending technical theory with real world, hands-on experience for developing practical skills in applying cutting-edge technologies to advanced mechanical engineering applications. Candidates learn to address the more intricate complexities of product design, testing and analysis.
The mechanical engineering program
offers a wide breadth of core concentrations in:
A flexible curriculum unique to Wilkes allows candidates to steer the degree toward exploring new avenues in specific areas of interest, if they so choose.
Project-based, custom-designed courses allowing students to shape the degree
to address immediate professional needs.
Classes conveniently scheduled during days, evenings and weekends, so full or part-time
employees can complete the degree while continuing to work.
Courses are taught by successful industry professionals with wide ranging research and industrial experience.
Programs are offered at our Mesa campus, or onsite at students’ workplace,
if a minimum cohort of interested candidates is achieved.
The Mechanical Engineering program requires 30 credits, which includes 15 credits of required courses and 15 credits of elective coursework.
For more information, contact: Michael Gundersdorf
Director of Operations
(800) WILKES-U Ext. 6372