Consistently in the top ten declared undergraduate majors at USU, Mechanical Engineering also ranks first in number of undergraduate degrees awarded in the College of Engineering. Recognized for outstanding teaching and research performance, MAE faculty mentor undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of research areas.
The ABET accredited Mechanical Engineering BS program offers students in depth studies and hands on experiences to prepare them for employment or further education. Find out more.
MAE offers MS and PhD degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering. MS students have three plan options: thesis, report, or coursework only, and PhDs may start from a Bachelor's or a Master's degree. Admission requirements and deadlines are the same for MS and PhD applicants.
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Fall 2017 MAE course schedule04/10/17 Grad Student registration04/14/17 Open registration08/28/17 First day of classes12/15/17 Last day to defend
Spring 2018 MAE course schedule 11/13/17 Grad Student registration11/16/17 Open registration01/08/18 First day of classes05/04/18 Last day to defend
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Engineering Program is accredited by: The Engineering AccreditationCommission of ABET