Mechanical Engineering Master's Program
DegreeMaster of Engineering, Master of Science, or Dual-Degree MBA
Gain the expertise in research, design, production and testing you need to set yourself apart in the increasingly competitive mechanical engineering field.
Whether you plan to pursue a terminal degree or advance your career in industry, the Stevens mechanical engineering master’s program will point you toward success. At Stevens—the first institution in the country to offer a mechanical engineering degree—you’ll develop both fundamental knowledge in basic concepts and a science-based understanding of current and emerging/future technologies and applications spanning the broad mechanical engineering discipline. You’ll work with expert faculty who will train you to position emerging technologies, lead high-quality product development and manage projects with exacting standards. When you graduate, you’ll be ready to thrive in the automotive, medical device, additive manufacturing, renewable energy, robotics and automation, power generation and aerospace industries—among many others.
Hone your leadership skills while deepening your technical knowledge in a dual master's degree program with the Schaefer School of Engineering and Science and the Stevens School of Business.
This master's program offers you the option to pursue a dual MBA degree with the Stevens School of Business.
The Stevens Advantage
Stevens’ Hoboken, N.J., location boasts easy access to both Manhattan and the New Jersey innovation corridor, offering students ample opportunities for collaboration, networking and eventual employment opportunities. You can also pursue a dual degree track, earning an MBA from the Stevens School of Business as you complete your mechanical engineering master’s program.
More Advantages to the Mechanical Engineering Program
Seven concentration options
One year fast-tracked master's program option
Research credit available
Thesis and no-thesis options
Evening and online courses available
Curricular Practical Training (CPT) available for international students
Mechanical Engineering Concentrations
Robotics & Control
Thermal, Fluids, Energy
We welcome applicants with technical curiosity who want to extend their undergraduate training. You may apply with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or a related field. If you hold an undergraduate degree in other engineering disciplines, you may need to take additional courses before being formally admitted into the master’s program.
Bachelor’s degree, with a minimum GPA of 3.0, from an accredited institution
Official college transcripts
Two letters of recommendation
TOEFL/IELTS scores (for international students)
A competitive GRE score
Stevens’ Department of Mechanical Engineering Climbs to 69th in Latest U.S. News & World Report Rankings
The department’s ranking jumps up 14 places in the latest report.
Putting You on Track for Professional Success
The mechanical engineering master's program develops in-demand knowledge and skills to put you on track for career success in a variety of roles like:
Control and Instrumentation Engineer
Mechanical engineering graduates have been hired at: Picatinny Arsenal, Stryker, General Electric (GE), Becton Dickinson, Raytheon Technologies, PSEG