The City College offers the following graduate degree in Mechanical Engineering:
- M.E. (M.E.) Professional Master's Degree
- M.S. (Engineering)
Starting in Fall 2008, City College is admitting students for the doctoral degree (New students contact admissions office at CCNY)
I. Professional Master's Degree
Engineering Core Courses 9 Cr.
G0200: Applied Fluid Mechanics
G4000: Applied Stress Analysis
I1100: Introduction to Engineering Analysis
Technical Electives 15-21cr. (Five to seven courses from the following list:)
G0300: Computer Aided Manufacturing
G0500: Mechanical Vibrations
G0600: Thermal Systems Design
G0700: Computer Aided Mechanism Design
G2300: Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning
G4100: Mechatronics: Principles and Practice
G4300: Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics
G4500: Mechanics and Physics of Material Behavior
G4600: Computational Fluid Dynamics
G4700: Physical Properties of Material
G4800: Auto Safety Design
G4900: Advanced Topics in Fluid Dynamics
G5000: Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics
I3100: Steam and Gas Turbines
I3600: Conduction Heat Transfer
I3700: Convection Heat Transfer
I6200: Advanced Concepts in Mechanical Vibrations
I6500: Computer Aided Design
I6700: Composite Materials
I6900: Experimental Methods in Fluid Mechanics
I1700: Finite Element Methods in Engineering
I4200: Continuum Mechanics
Any graduate course in the Grove School of Engineering with the approval of the departmental advisor.
One course from list below may be taken in place of a technical elective:
Engineering Management Courses 3 cr.
F3800: Management Concepts for Engineers
F9300: Economics and Investment Analysis of Engineering Projects
G8500: Project Management
I8000: Decision and Planning Techniques for Engineers
Report/Project/Thesis 0-6 cr.
I9700: Report (0 cr.)
I9800: Project (3 cr.)
I9900: Research for the Master's Thesis (6 cr.)
G0400: Industry Oriented Design Project (3 cr.)
Total Credits 30 cr.
Note: With departmental approval, students may register for two 50000-level undergraduate courses towards the master's degree. However, students must receive a grade of B or better and these courses will not be included in their G.P.A.
II. The M.S. Degree
The M.S. Degree is awarded to students who do not have a bachelor's degree in engineering