Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Degree Descriptions

The Lamar University Master of Engineering and Master of Engineering Science Degrees in Mechanical Engineering will prepare you to design and manufacture mechanical systems using advanced software and design techniques. After graduating, you may work in many different industries ranging from automotive to chemical.

Why Study Mechanical Engineering at Lamar?

In the Master of Engineering (non-thesis) or Master of Engineering Science (thesis) degree programs in Mechanical Engineering, you will learn mechanical engineering techniques and software skills to prepare for today's job market. You will study and conduct research in many different areas including mechanical design, finite element analysis, combustion, materials science, coatings, vibration, energy systems, renewable energy and more.

Career Paths

With a degree in mechanical engineering, you will be in demand in practically every type of manufacturing operation as well as in research, academic and governmental organizations.

Primary Careers

Mechanical Engineer, Automotive Engineer, Control and Instrumentation Engineer

Meet the Faculty

Jenny Zhou, Ph.D.
Professor and Interim Chair

Ping He, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor

Chun-Wei Yao, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor