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Master's Degree Sample Track - Non-Thesis Option 

Students can choose from three areas of emphasis or specialization:

  • Thermo-Fluid Sciences
  • Mechanics, Materials, and Manufacturing
  • Dynamics, Controls, and Systems Engineering

All classes are available in the evenings either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday.

  • First evening slot: 5:45 – 7:00 p.m.
  • Second evening slot: 7:15 – 8:30 p.m.

Sample track for Thermo-Fluid Sciences

Foundation Core Courses (6 credits)

  • 4600:610  Dynamics of Viscous Flow (3 credits)
  • 4600:615  Conduction Heat Transfer (3 credits)

Required Concentration Courses (9 credits)

  • 4600:608  Thermodynamics (3 credits)
  • 4600:611  Computational Fluid Dynamics I (3 credits)
  • 4600:616  Convection Heat Transfer (3 credits)

Approved Mathematics (3 credits)

  • 4600:660  Engineering Analysis (3 credits)

Electives (12 credits)

  • 4600:511  Compressible Fluid Mechanics (3 credits)
  • 4600:600  Gas Dynamics (3 credits)
  • 4600:609  Finite Element Analysis I (3 credits)
  • 4600:618  Boiling Heat Transfer Two-Phase Flows (3 credits)

Engineering Report

  • 4600:697 Engineering Report (2 credits)

TOTAL |  32 credits


Two-year track 

To receive your master’s degree in two years, we propose the following sequence with a fall semester start for Thermo-Fluid Sciences:

YEAR 1

FALL

4600:609  Finite Element Analysis I

4600:610  Dynamics of Viscous Flow I

4600:611  Computational Fluid Dynamics I


SPRING

4600:511  Compressible Fluid Mechanics

4600:615  Conduction Heat Transfer


SUMMER

4600:697 Engineering Report

YEAR 2

FALL

4600:600  Gas Dynamics

4600:608  Thermodynamics

4600:616  Convection Heat Transfer


SPRING

4600:618  Boiling Heat Transfer

4600:660  Engineering Analysis


Three-year track 

To receive your master’s degree in three years, we propose the following sequence with a fall semester start for Thermo-Fluid Sciences:

YEAR 1

FALL

4600:609  Finite Element Analysis I

4600:610  Dynamics of Viscous Flow I


SPRING

4600:511  Compressible Fluid Mechanics

4600:615  Conduction Heat Transfer

YEAR 2

FALL

4600:600  Gas Dynamics

4600:608  Thermodynamics


SPRING

4600:618  Boiling Heat Transfer

4600:660  Engineering Analysis

YEAR 3

FALL

4600:611 Computational Fluid Dynamics I

4600:616  Convection Heat Transfer


SPRING

4600:697  Engineering Report