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Mechanical Engineering

A masters refers to the completion of a graduate study program that prepares students to further their knowledge of a specific subject or advance their careers. The majority of masters are granted by state or public universities.

Mechanical engineering is the manufacturing of products that move. It encompasses the entire production process, from drafting an idea for an item, to understanding the mechanics necessary to make the item work, to the production of the completed item, to incorporating that item into larger systems.

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Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering

Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT)
Campus Part time 2 years September 2017 USA Rochester

This is a post-baccalaureate internship program leading to the professional degree of master of engineering. The objective of the program is to provide the engineering BS graduate the means for earning a terminal master’s degree. [+]

Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering is a post-baccalaureate internship program leading to the professional degree of master of engineering. The objective of the program is to provide the engineering BS graduate the means for earning a terminal master’s degree. The capstone experience for the master of engineering degree may be a course design project, a well-organized and carefully chosen industrial internship, or an independent study project in place of the conventional thesis requirement of an MS degree. This master’s degree is particularly well-suited to students who wish to study part time, those interested in updating their technical skills, and those not focused on a research-oriented master of science thesis.The program consists of core courses (12 credit hours), concentration courses (16 credit hours), and elective courses (20 credit hours).... [-]


Master in Simulation Based Engineering Sciences – Applied Computational Mechanics

esocaet Studies by CADFEM
Online & Campus Combined Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Landshut Ingolstadt + 1 more

Since 2005 many engineers and scientists have been successfully studying through the part-time master’s degree program Simulation-based Engineering Sciences (SBES), focusing on Applied Computational Mechanics. [+]

Program Overview 2005 marked the first time the part-time master’s degree program Applied Computational Mechanics was offered jointly by the universities of applied sciences Landshut and Ingolstadt as well as CADFEM. Since then many engineers and scientists have been successfully studying through the part-time master’s degree program Simulation-based Engineering Sciences (SBES), focusing on Applied Computational Mechanics. Possible Degrees Master’s (M.Eng., 90 ECTS-credits) Module studies Recognition of competencies, that participants already acquire at work Yearly program starts in September. Those with specific background knowledge may have the possibility to enroll later. Flexible Scheduling: Master’s degrees usually take four semesters to complete. With a reduced course-load it will take longer. Comprehensive combination of modules as needed Experienced professors from different universities and from industry The language of instruction is EnglishLifelong learning: Even after degree completion, you can take module coursework. Participant Group The ideal candidates are college graduates, who have already collected professional experience in engineering or science, and who are interested in a professional or managerial career in the field of product development with a focus on simulation. Since the study is supervised individually, it also takes into account the interests of newcomers as well as experienced professionals who wish to transfer from other applications. Thus, the offer is also open to professionals who have been contemplating a diploma, bachelor's, master's or even a doctoral degree. Module Course Offerings Structure Mechanics Solid Mechanics* Finite Element Method* Geometrical Nonlinear and Contact Analysis* Materials and Material Models* Computational Dynamics* Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics Multi Body Systems Mechatronics Mechatronics Interdisciplinary Topics Acoustics Mathematics and Computational Methods* Experimental Validation Modeling Techniques Optimization and Robust Design Scientific Programming Simulation Management Management of Product Development Project Work* Additional Themes Our partner universities offer modules from other areas of simulation-based engineering sciences such as fluid dynamics or human medicine. Information material with a complete module summary can be ordered by us. *Compulsory master’s program modules Master of Engineering (M.Eng.) The career-integrated program is a module-concept and contains 90 ECTS-credits total. Successful graduates will earn their Master of Engineering degree (M.Eng.), which enables them to apply for their doctoral degree thereafter. Time Period The study is divided into in-person and self-study phases. The classroom includes lectures, seminar-like classes and practical exercises. Overall, you need to plan for about 45 days of in-person attendance within two-years, as well as eight to ten hours per week for independent study. The classroom teaching takes place at one of the two universities, usually on Friday and Saturday. Thus, the program is specifically tailored to the needs of those who are working, and it can also be completed with longer travel distances. Sequence of Study Participants in the master’s program must first have their university degree, as well as at least one year of professional experience in the field of engineering or natural science. In the initial semester method-oriented and application-specific modules are at the forefront, of which you may select three yourself. As part of your previous employment or as part of your higher education, you probably already acquired some of these necessary on-the-job skills. Therefore, you may receive credit for the first semester modules if evidence of comparable skills is displayed after an individual examination. This can reduce the study period from five to four semesters for many students. Over the next three semesters at least nine specialized modules must be completed from the module listing, including seven compulsory modules. The elective courses can be selected from the module catalogue of the master program or from a range of cooperating higher education institutions, so long as they are equivalent. We are happy to provide personalized advising concerning the aspects of the first semester, and the possibility to earn credit through individual modules. The master thesis generally involves the scientific processing of a task for the student’s company. The final program component takes place through a master’s thesis defense at the university. Module Studies Each of the modules offered by the program can be taken individually. In order to achieve optimum learning, you should take note of the recommended prior knowledge. A module comprises 5 ECTS points and concludes with an examination. Under certain circumstances, the combination may be useful along with another module. Time Period The study is divided into in-person and self-study units. The live classroom portion will usually be on Friday and Saturday at one of the two universities and generally includes 9 to 10 half-days. For self-study, you should plan another 70 hours. Upon successful completion you receive a certificate of academic achievement. Module Study Offerings The current course offerings are available under the Module Overview tab. We would gladly fulfill personal requests for module descriptions, module specific requirements, and schedules, and are happy to advise you individually. Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt 5,300 students in 42 technical and economics courses, 126 professors in three faculties, two central institutions, 98 international partner universities and a modern administration - these numbers represent our university. So what is behind these numbers? First, it is the quality of our practical, hands-on teaching. The power of innovation in applied research also plays a big role. Finally, we have a campus with an attractive environment in the center of which is our students. The Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt has taught in the fields of Education Sciences since its founding in 1994, and always puts its graduates in a position to apply scientific methods in professional practice. The excellent amenities create the conditions for a short length of study coupled with and a rate of success. Landshut University of Applied Sciences Teaching and learning, research and development and training, to ensure lifelong learning—these principles have guided the work of University of Landshut since its founding in 1978. The five faculties Management, Electrical/ Industrial Engineering, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering and Social Work offer 30 courses of study. Nearly 5,100 students will benefit from the practical relevance of teaching, as well as the individual support and modern equipment. These include a unique library, with the possibility to check-out books around the clock, as well as the data center and the well-equipped technical laboratories. In such an optimal environment, the graduates can fully concentrate on their studies. [-]

Master of Engineering: Mechanical-Aerospace

University of Windsor
Campus Part time 3 - 5 semesters September 2017 Canada Windsor

Windsor’s unique climate of co-operation between academic, business and industry sectors gives you access to state-of-the-art engineering facilities and outstanding career opportunities. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Mechanical Engineering 2017. Windsor’s unique climate of co-operation between academic, business and industry sectors gives you access to state-of-the-art engineering facilities and outstanding career opportunities. The Faculty of Engineering offers programs designed to develop professional competence and to prepare students to solve the technical problems of society and the global environment. Our departments include: Civil and Environmental Engineering Electrical and Computer Engineering Industrial and Manufacturing Systems Engineering Mechanical, Automotive & Materials Engineering On behalf of our entire Faculty, we'd like to welcome you! Whether you're a high school student trying to figure out what Engineering is all about, a potential graduate student considering advanced study through a Masters or Doctoral degree, a company or industry representative wondering if our university can assist you with a research problem, we're positive that the Faculty of Engineering here at the University of Windsor can help you. For those of you who are new to university, please browse our Faculty website to find out more about what Engineering is, what we can offer you, and if you can't find the information you need, please drop us a line. We certainly hope you will join us, ready to embark on a challenging and exciting journey of education. Engineering takes work, but it is work that is well rewarded. When you finish, you'll have a degree that can lead you to many places. For those of you who already have an undergraduate degree and wondering if you should further enhance your education, we say "yes!" The demands on professional engineers around the world are increasing in terms of what they must address: our society must confront technical, societal, and environmental issues. A Masters or Doctoral degree in Engineering here at UWindsor demonstrates your commitment to the profession: we're confident that our faculty can give you that edge professionally, and reward you personally through the insights you gain. For those of you in industry, consider our Faculty as your "first stop" if you have challenges in your business or workplace that need to be addressed. We can bring some of our best minds to the table, and you'll have some of our brightest and most enthusiastic graduate students - the next generation of problem solvers - working on your challenges to turn them into opportunities. Our Faculty has seen a tremendous amount of change and interest in the last few years. We're very proud to say that much of this is because of our students. We recently had several top places finishes in the Ontario Engineering Competition; a first place finish in the North American Big Beam challenge; achieving top ten percent placings in the SAE competitions; a dynamic Engineers Without Borders chapter; hosting the Canadian Federation of Engineering Students; two consecutive first place finishes at the Waterloo Robot Racer Competition – and there are more accomplishments too numerous to mention! But we're equally proud of our students who have helped win the "small victories." Students who enter our Faculty dream about making a difference: when they graduate, they have the skill, knowledge, and passion to do so. We believe as a future professional engineer, you cannot stop learning. With that in mind, our Faculty has embarked on a number of educational initiatives to enhance what we offer and how we offer them. Some examples include the support program for our First Year Engineering (WINONE) students, and an innovative Masters in Engineering program to serve the needs of our students. Our new $110 million Centre for Engineering Innovation (CEI) serves as a dynamic hub for learning, research, and industry liaison at the University of Windsor. Mechanical Engineering with an Aerospace Option (with optional Co-op) Teaches the manufacturing, maintenance and logistics that serve the aerospace industry Involves the application of aerospace-related skills toward developing the next generation of aerospace materials, production methods and components, and toward improving aerospace operational challenges Career Tracks: State-of-the-art manufacturing and production Business Government Systems design/operation/building/maintenance Consulting Transportation Pollution control and prevention Advanced computing and communications Medicine and medical technology Bio-based engineering Research and development Structural design Failure analysis Construction and infrastructure renewal Scheduling and optimization Automotive industry Environmental protection Project, process and systems management Robotics and advanced electronics Power generation and distribution [-]

Master of Engineering: Mechanical-Materials

University of Windsor
Campus Part time 3 - 5 semesters September 2017 Canada Windsor

In order to graduate with an MEng degree, a student must successfully complete eight graduate-level courses, including five from their area of specialization plus one more engineering course (from any department) and no more than two non-engineering courses. [+]

MEng Program Information In order to graduate with an MEng degree, a student must successfully complete eight graduate-level courses, including five from their area of specialization plus one more engineering course (from any department) and no more than two non-engineering courses. Alternatively, a student may choose to complete all eight courses within their area of specialisation. Engineering Materials The Vision Statement for the Engineering Materials Graduate Program is: The Engineering Materials Graduate Program recognizes the close relationship between advanced level education and the advancement of knowledge, and is committed to excellence in graduate teaching and research. The Mission statement for the Engineering Materials Graduate Program is to provide an outstanding learning environment for productive graduate research to maintain state-of-the-art research laboratories equipped with the most modern research equipment to offer students with opportunities for a rewarding education to keep self-sustained growth by a high output of student co-authored peer-reviewed research publications, and strengthening collaborative research with other universities and industry to expose students to challenging industrial problems that are studied using a sound scientific methodology and experimental/theoretical research skills to prepare students for careers in teaching and/or research in academia or in industry to train students to acquire autonomy in conducting innovative research The Engineering Materials (EM) graduate program is fully accredited by the Council on Quality Assurance of Ontario Universities (previously, Ontario Council on Graduate Studies (OCGS)). The high caliber of the research activity within the Engineering Materials Program has been a traditional strength of the program. The objective of the program is to continue to provide an outstanding learning environment for productive graduate research. The Engineering Materials faculty members are constantly seeking to attract the best qualified students to the Master’s and Ph.D. programs, and provide them with fundamental research skills on the processing, microstructures, properties, and performance of materials. We make every effort to provide a stimulating and dynamic learning and research environment that fosters the intellectual development of our students. Close relations with industry expose our students to challenging industrial problems that are studied using a sound scientific methodology and experimental/theoretical research skills. As a result, our MASc. graduates become highly regarded professionals in the materials and manufacturing industries, many assuming leadership positions. General The Master of Engineering (MEng) degree offered at the University of Windsor is a course work professional program open to students who satisfy the admission requirements. The MEng Program takes three to five semesters to complete but is structured in such a way that it may be completed in one year by a full-time student. The minimum period of full-time registration for the MEng degree is three semesters and the maximum allowable time is five semesters. For part-time students, the minimum period of registration for the MEng degree is six semesters and the maximum allowable time is fifteen consecutive semesters. Practical work-experience placements (paid and unpaid) may be available for full-time students only, but cannot be guaranteed. Schemes of Study The Master of Engineering may be taken by full-time students or those who wish to study on a part-time basis while remaining in full-time employment external to the University. All applicants for the MEng program are expected to be entirely self-funded and no financial assistance will be provided by the Faculty of Engineering or the University of Windsor. International students are admitted as full-time students only. Full-Time Students will be: required to register for a maximum of three courses per semester, required to register for a minimum of two courses per semester, expected to complete all degree requirements within 5 academic semesters. Part-Time Students will be: required to register for a maximum of admissible two courses per semester, required to complete all degree requirements within 15 academic semesters and should not have more than two semesters of continuous "inactive" status Admission Requirements The Department should approve the application and in addition, MEng applicants shall be recommended for admission by the Faculty of Engineering Coordinator. Official admission to any program of graduate studies is in the form of a "Letter of Acceptance" issued by the Faculty of Graduate Studies. Please note that the following are minimum requirements and do not guarantee admission. Undergraduate degree (BASc / B.Sc. / B.Eng. degree or equivalent*) with at least 73% average over the last two years. International applicants are advised to refer to the specified minimum admission requirements, listed by country, at the Faculty of Engineering’s Professional and Graduate Studies (FEPGS) website and the Faculty of Graduate Studies website. *Candidates with degrees in such areas as Mathematics, Physics and Computer Science will also be considered. Students whose undergraduate degree programs do not provide them with sufficient background in Design, Applied Science and Professional/Technical communications are required to enter a qualifying program of courses at the undergraduate level before admission to candidature for the MEng degree. Students entering and successfully completing the MEng qualifying program may receive an Advanced Certificate in Engineering. A candidate who has not fulfilled the minimum requirement of 73% average may be admitted to the MEng Program as a probationary student** provided that he/she has either: at least 2 years of industrial or engineering experience following graduation or achieved at least 77% overall standing in the Final Year of the graduation. **Such candidates will be required to achieve a grade of at least 73% in the first two MEng courses to be regularized in the MEng Program. The language of instruction for the MEng courses is English. Applicants will be required to provide certification of English language proficiency, if he or she has: not completed three or more years of post-secondary work at a Canadian institution or at an institution at which English was the primary language of instruction***, *** Countries in which English is the Official Language of Instruction, as recognized by the Faculty of Engineering are listed on the Faculty of Engineering’s FEPGS website and the Faculty of Graduate Studies website. English Language proficiency may be met by the language coursework at the secondary school level in the countries listed on the FEPGS website. or not been employed for a similar period of time in a position in which English was the primary language of business. Where applicable a student’s certification of English language proficiency can be demonstrated by a minimum score set by the department. For minimum requirements in other equivalent exams, information is available in the Faculty of Graduate Studies web-site. The Faculty of Engineering and the Faculty of Graduate Studies reserve the right to require further demonstration of English Language proficiency. The Department may consider for admission to its degree programs students from outside Canada who have excellent academic preparation, but who do not meet the usual standards of English language proficiency. Successful completion of the English Language Improvement Program (ELIP) will be considered as a means to gain admission to the Department for such students. Students who do not meet the academic requirements outlined above may be considered for admission to a transitional, probationary or qualifying program depending on their academic background. Students seeking admission to the Department’s MEng programs must also complete the Department’s Graduate Student Information Form and the Faculty of Graduate Studies Admission Reference form. Program Requirements An MEng Degree may be awarded upon successful completion of a total of 8 courses (the MEng has no research component/thesis/work with a faculty supervisor). Of these 8 courses ... 5 to 8 must be from the student's department (major; electrical, electrical-computer, mechanical, materials, industrial, environmental, civil) 0 to 3 may be from another engineering department 0 to 2 may be from a department outside of engineering Co-op work experience is optional [-]

MEng in Mechatronics

Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
Campus Part time 1 - 4 years February 2017 South Africa Port Elizabeth

Our vision is to be the preferred provider of professional and career-oriented education and research in the fields of engineering, the built environment and information technology. [+]

Best Part time Masters in Mechanical Engineering 2017. MEng in Mechatronics Candidates shall be admitted to the study for the qualification of Master of Engineering in Mechatronics only if they hold the qualification of Bachelor of Engineering or a qualification deemed by Senate to be equivalent thereto, or if they otherwise qualify for admission in the opinion of Senate. All candidates shall be subject to selection criteria as laid down by the department. Faculty of Engineering, the Built Environment and Information Technology VISION AND MISSION FACULTY VISION Our vision is to be the preferred provider of professional and career-oriented education and research in the fields of engineering, the built environment and information technology. FACULTY MISSION We are a people-centred faculty offering internationally recognised academic programmes, delivering competent graduates and providing innovative solutions and services to industry and community. WELCOMING MESSAGE FROM THE DEAN Welcome to the Faculty of Engineering, the Built Environment and Information Technology. In this faculty we combine top facilities, state-of-the-art technology and stimulating training to produce highly sought-after graduates in the fields of Civil, Electrical, Industrial and Mechanical Engineering, Mechatronics, Information Technology, Quality and Operations Management, Quantity Surveying, and Construction Management. The Faculty comprises three schools which include the Schools of Engineering, the Built Environment and Information and Communication Technology. All programmes, where applicable, are accredited by relevant professional bodies, which is an indication of the quality of education in this faculty. The BSc (Construction Studies), BSc (Hons) (Construction Management) and MSc (Built Environment) are accredited by the Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB-UK) and the South African Council for the Project and Construction Management Professions (SACPCMP). The BSc Construction Economics and BSc (Hons) Quantity Surveying are accredited by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). The two latter programmes as well as the National Diploma in Building and the BTech degree (Quantity Surveying) in the School of Built Environment are accredited by the South African Council for the Quantity Surveying Profession (SACQSP). The BEng Mechatronics and all the National Diplomas and BTech engineering programmes are accredited by the Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA). The engineering qualifications are internationally recognised in terms of the Washington, Sydney and Dublin Accords. All the undergraduate and BTech programmes in the School of ICT, which hosts the Sub-Saharan Africa Cisco Academy Training Centre, contain a selection of Cisco-certified courses which allows us to provide internationally recognised IT specialists. Apart from the academic departments, various institutes, centres and units are also housed in each school to promote their research, technology transfer, non-formal teaching, community service and outreach initiatives. The faculty has established links with major industrial partners in the region, province and country. Industrial partners include major manufacturers and suppliers in the automotive and supplier industry, power utilities, large companies in the field of ICT, major construction companies, and large consulting businesses in South Africa. These partnerships provide a number of opportunities for contract research and collaborative research projects. World-class research is being conducted in this faculty, ranging from friction stir welding, manufacturing technology and automotive manufacturing, to information security, telecommunications, communication networks, and construction health and safety. There are strong links with a number of leading international partners which ensure active student exchange programmes abroad. The faculty welcomes you into this vibrant environment where you will be part of a diverse student body in which students are holistically developed as confident, innovative and knowledgeable professionals. Enjoy your studies! Executive Dean [-]

Master Mechatronics

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Essen

The Mechatronics combines expertise from various fields of engineering. Aim of the course is to provide you innovative for developing and implementing [+]

Master Mechatronics

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

The Mechatronics combines expertise from various fields of engineering. Aim of the course is to enable them to prepare and implement innovative technical solutions. You complete your studies with the academic degree Master of Science (M.Sc.). In cooperation with: University of Bochum - University of Applied Sciences and the associated with the FOM IOM Institute of Economics and Management

The course is offered in: Food

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Course content may vary depending on the baseline. Based on the study preferences of students each university study centers regional profiles be carried out regularly majors and elective modules have developed. If the preferences of the students change, these programs would be adjusted accordingly.... [-]


Master Mechanical Engineering

FOM Hochschule
Campus Part time 4 semesters October 2017 Germany Essen

The Department of Mechanical Engineering networks the ability to analytical thinking with technical expertise with regard to content, strategies and methods, and allows you to exercise [+]

Master Mechanical Engineering

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)

The Department of Mechanical Engineering networks the ability to analytical thinking with technical expertise with regard to content, strategies and methods, and allows you to exercise more demanding activities in many industrial sectors. You complete your studies with the academic degree Master of Science (M.Sc.).

In cooperation with: University of Bochum - University of Applied Sciences and the associated with the FOM IOM Institute of Economics and Management

Offered is the degree course in:

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Course content may vary depending on the baseline. Based on the study preferences of students each university study centers regional profiles be carried out regularly majors and elective modules have developed. If the preferences of the students change, these programs would be adjusted accordingly.... [-]


Master Mechatronics / Systems Engineering

Hochschule Aalen
Campus Part time 3 - 5 semesters November 2017 Germany Aalen

As mechatronics system engineer you will explore one of the most interesting and diverse activities offered by the industry today. System engineers are professional managers with a broad interdisciplinary area of ​​responsibility. They are required in their profession as a whole person ... [+]

As mechatronics system engineer you will explore one of the most interesting and diverse activities offered by the industry today. System engineers are professional managers with a broad interdisciplinary area of ​​responsibility. They are required in their profession as a whole person. System engineers want to know more ... not just when studying, but also at work. For them, "lifelong learning" is not an empty slogan, but a daily reality. System engineers as specialists for the whole That the mechatronics mechanics, electronics and software merges together, is now well known. But if one specialist in mechanics, electronics and software can alone develop a sophisticated mechatronic system that rarely goes well. "A system is more than the sum of its parts" - a special expertise is in accordance with the development of mechatronic systems required that goes beyond the pure technical knowledge of mechanics, electronics and software. The mechatronics system engineer knows and shapes the relationships and interactions between the parts of the system. He is like the "specialist for the whole". Mechatronics - Systems Engineering The master program "Mechatronics - Systems Engineering" provides qualified graduates the opportunity to specifically prepare for a future career as a mechatronic system engineering. The mechatronics degree programs of universities and Aalen Esslingen have by pooling their resources and skills the course in cooperation together. The master's degree can be both full-time (3 semesters) and part-time (5 semesters) are studied. As a graduate you wear the academic degree "Master of Engineering (M. Closely.)". The certificate will be issued jointly by the universities Aalen and Esslingen. The courses of the program in the summer semester in Aalen place and in the winter semester in Göppingen. Since the lectures do not build on each other, the baseline is possible both in summer and winter semester. Content of the program The program deepens specific mechatronic-interdisciplinary subjects, without specializing in specific industries or applications. He is a solid basic knowledge mechatronic advance and therefore reiterates few content from the Bachelor studies. The core of the curriculum forms a series of courses, which are all based on the central idea of ​​the model-based mechatronic design. The other half of the courses concerned with special fields that are important for mechatronics professionals of tomorrow. At the request of our students, we have now also taken options in the curriculum. We are confident that our elective modules will come to medical systems and mobile robotic systems on your interest. Alternatively you can also select a module from another master's degree at the University of Aalen. Laboratory equipment and industry contacts Who wants to work in a practice-oriented, requires a reasonable laboratory equipment. In fact, offer the six participating at our Master's program mechatronic laboratories in Aalen and Esslingen an outfit that leaves little to be desired. Good contacts with the industrial enterprises of the region it easier to find interesting master theses and subsequent career. Our motto: Small but powerful The professors of the course is a seminar-teaching at heart, in the room for questions and discussions remains. In the good learning environment is one of the strengths of our program - which is reflected back to us by our students. But this is only in groups possible that are manageable in size. Conversely, this means that we have to limit the number of places. Therefore in the summer term we take on only 10 new entrants in the winter semester 15th Of course we are very happy about the great interest in our study. Unfortunately, this also means that we can not always take account of all eligible applications. Individual approach Our students come from various universities and from various disciplines to us. They bring with individual professional knowledge and interests. For us, this results in the challenge to meet the individual differences justice. Studying part-time The program "Mechatronics - Systems Engineering" is also aimed explicitly at engineers who are already working and want to use a master's degree to to further qualify or possibly also a new career direction. We are pleased that we can now welcome a significant number of students with professional experience with us. For students who want to pursue while studying a profession, we offer a part-time version of the program. Admission Requirements To the Master Mechatronics - to study systems engineering, you should have a Bachelor of mechatronics, mechanical engineering or a "related" degree program have been completed with an overall grade of 2.4 or better. What is a "related" degree, we define the basis of a list of core subjects. [-]

MTech in Mechanical Engineering

ITM University, School of Engineering and Technology
Campus Part time 2 - 3 years July 2017 India Gurgaon

It is 2 year full time and 3 year part time regular program leading to the master's degree in mechanical engineering, with an option of getting specialization in the following fields as per choice of the student [+]

Best Part time Masters in Mechanical Engineering 2017. MTech in Mechanical Engineering Overview It is 2 year full time and 3 year part time regular program leading to the master's degree in mechanical engineering, with an option of getting specialization in the following fields as per choice of the student: Thermal Engineering Mechanical Engineering Design Industrial and Production Engineering Automobile Engineering Some of salient features of the program The student enrolled for this program after completion of the program will get M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering. The student enrolled for this program will have an option to get M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering along with a certificate of specialization in any one area mentioned above as per his/her choice To get M.Tech with specialization in any one of the stream mentioned above the student will have to take all the electives in third semester of the program from any one of the stream as per his/her choice, and he/she will have to do Major Project in the same area. If the student wants to pursue M.Tech in Mechanical Engineering (without specialization) then he/she is free to take electives from any offered stream mentioned above, and there will not be any constraint regarding area of Major Project. Eligibility and Selection procedure The applicant must be an Indian national The applicant must have obtained minimum 60% marks or must have 6.75 CGPA on 10 point scale or equivalent in the following qualifying degree: B.E/B.Tech or equivalent degree in Mechanical Engineering, Automobile Engineering, Aero space/Aeronautical Engineering, Production/Manufacturing Engineering, Mechatronics, Mechanical and Automation Engineering, Industrial Engineering, Material Science and Engineering, Production and Industrial Engineering. [-]