Mechanical and Industrial Engineering

Mechanical Engineering

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering Graduate Program prepares graduate students:

  1. with fundamental concepts as well as practical knowledge of modern engineering,
  2. for immediate engineering challenges and scholarly or professional advancement, and
  3. with an understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities, including economic, environmental, and societal aspects.

 The Master of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering is a thesis path or project path program that requires the completion of 30 or 36 semester hours of graduate work.

Research laboratories are available for work in robotics and automation, intelligent systems and controls, composite materials and structures; additive manufacturing and smart systems; computer aided engineering design. Excellent computer facilities are available.

A new graduate student must have at least one full academic year residency in the Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering before requesting to transfer to another department at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The request must be approved by the graduate coordinator and the department chair.

For more information, please contact graduate coordinator: Dr. Selahattin Ozcelik.
Office: EC-325. Phone: (361) 593-2291. Email: