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  • Contact Us - Undergraduate Program - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    Advanced Materials Aerospace Energy Environment Health Systems Research Labs Publications Faculty Staff Faculty Directory Staff Directory Open Positions Resources Locations Maps Overview Main Campus ERC EECL MERC Alumni Friends Overview Tell Us Your Story Industry Overview Undergraduate Program Contact Us Contact Us Last names A E Toni Lee Viney Undergraduate Academic Advisor Phone 970 491 5597 E mail tonilee viney colostate edu Last names F M Star Garcia Undergraduate Academic

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  • ME - Degree Programs - Graduate Program - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    Overview Main Campus ERC EECL MERC Alumni Friends Overview Tell Us Your Story Industry Overview Graduate Program Master of Engineering Requirements for the Master of Engineering M E Degree Quick Links Resources Requirements Plan C Regular Coursework on campus no thesis Minimum 30 credits of regular coursework no thesis independent study practicum or supervised teaching Minimum 24 credits taken at CSU that are 500 level and above Minimum 21 credits taken after program admission Minimum 15 credits of Mechanical Engineering courses must have the prefix MECH Advisor Required typically the Associate Department Head for Graduate Studies No thesis or Graduate Committee required Engineering Management Plan C Coursework online no thesis ECE ENGR 501 Foundations of Systems Engineering 3 cr ECE ENGR567 Systems Engineering Architecture 3 cr MECH 501 Engineering Project and Program Management 3 cr MECH 503 Engineering Maintenance Process 3 cr MECH 504 Specification and Procurement of Engineering Systems 3 cr MECH 512 Reliability Engineering 3 cr MECH 513 Simulation Modeling and Experimentation 3 cr BUS 601 Quantitative Business Analysis 2 cr BUS 625 Organizational Communication 2 cr BUS 640 Financial Principles and Practice 2 cr BUS 655 Marketing Management 2 cr BUS 690A Contemporary Issues 1 2 cr Degree information for Online Master of Engineering Management Program Two programs are officially recognized by the College of Engineering Engineering Management and Materials Engineering specializations listed below consist of a list of courses that may be of interest to students focused on materials engineering Students interested in these areas must fulfill all requirements of the General Plan C Master of Engineering degree Materials Engineering Plan C Coursework online no thesis MECH 411 Manufacturing Engineering MECH 431 Metals and Alloys MECH 502 Advanced Additive Manufacturing Engineering MECH 530 Advanced Composite Materials MECH 531 Materials Engineering MECH 532 Materials Issues in Mechanical

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  • MS - Degree Programs - Graduate Program - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    and findings reported in the thesis The defense is open to all mechanical engineering faculty staff and students and includes an open question period for all in attendance as well as a private question period for the committee Scheduling The Department has set deadlines two weeks prior to Graduate School deadlines to avoid last minute emergencies that could prevent a student from graduating It is the student s responsibility to contact the graduate program director to schedule a room for the defense obtain a template for the announcement to submit the announcement with abstract and submit an electronic draft of the thesis to be shared with mechanical engineering faculty and graduate students Students should begin planning for the defense and thesis submission a minimum of three weeks prior to the defense and a minimum of four weeks prior to Graduate School deadlines Suggested Timeline Three weeks prior to the defense Confirm a date and time for your defense with your graduate committee Two weeks prior to the defense Contact the graduate program director to schedule the room and provide you with a template for your announcement with abstract Submit announcement with abstract by email to graduate program director for distribution and advertising Email a draft of the thesis pdf format to your graduate committee and the graduate program director Two weeks prior to the Graduate School deadline for Thesis Dissertation Submission The final examination defense should be conducted at least two weeks prior to the Graduate School deadline for Thesis Dissertation Submission to allow for unexpected delays If circumstances prevent a student from meeting department deadlines the graduate program director should be informed by the student s advisor so that steps may be taken to ensure that the Graduate School deadlines and requirements are met for the intended graduation term

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  • Ph.D. - Degree Programs - Graduate Program - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    original transcript Maximum 10 transfer credits for courses numbered 500 and above earned after the master s degree and not counted towards any other degree with original transcript Minimum 32 credits earned at CSU after program admission Minimum 21 credits in courses numbered 500 and above Minimum 12 credits in regular courses numbered 500 and above not including dissertation independent study or supervised teaching credits Maximum 30 dissertation credits Three courses from core course list one beyond M S equivalents may be substituted with a B or better Minimum one journal publication accepted in a peer reviewed journal Minimum one journal publication submitted or second paper completed Minimum 24 department seminars attended Oral Qualifying Examination by the 2 nd semester Ph D Preliminary Examination Ph D Dissertation Defense Final Examination Ph D Dissertation Submission With a bachelor s degree in engineering enrolled in continuous program from B S to Ph D 72 semester credits of graduate work in approved course of study Maximum 10 transfer credits for credits earned after the bachelor s degree not counted towards any other degree with original transcript Minimum 62 credits earned at CSU after program admission Minimum 45 credits in courses numbered 500 and above Minimum 30 credits in regular courses numbered 500 and above not including dissertation independent study or supervised teaching Maximum 42 thesis dissertation credits Three courses from core course list with a B or better Minimum two publications submitted to a peer reviewed journal or one publication submitted and second paper completed Minimum one publication accepted in a peer reviewed journal Minimum 34 departmental seminars attended Oral Qualifying Examination by the 3rd semester Ph D Preliminary Examination Ph D Dissertation Defense Final Examination Ph D Dissertation Submission These departmental requirements are minimums and may differ from general Graduate School requirements

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  • Applying - Graduate Program - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    international applicants must meet at least one of these minimum English proficiency requirements TOEFL scores 80 on the internet based test 213 on the standard exam 550 on the paper exam IELTS score of 6 5 GRE and TOEFL scores must be transmitted directly from the Educational Testing Service ETS to University Code 4075 to be valid This may take 3 6 weeks after the test date For more information please see http www ets org Admissions Criteria The admissions decision is based on a comprehensive assessment of the applicant s academic potential and the following criteria The applicant s undergraduate education and record and graduate education and record if applicable Prior engineering experience including senior project or thesis or experience in academic laboratory or industrial settings Research interests as stated in the Statement of Purpose section of the Department Application and the degree to which these research interests match the research activities of the mechanical engineering faculty Standardized test scores Depending on academic background students without a bachelor s degree in mechanical engineering may be required to take additional courses For an evaluation of requirements for admission eligibility please send email with copy of transcripts to megradstudies engr colostate edu Students intending to pursue combined BS Master s in Mechanical Engineering should visit the IDP page for more information Department Application Deadlines The application deadlines listed below for the Department of Mechanical Engineering override all deadlines published by any other CSU web site or publication Fall Admission Full consideration will be given to applicants who have submitted all documents by January 15 Applications received before April 1 will be considered only on a space available basis Spring Admission Full consideration will be given to applicants who have submitted all documents by August 1 Applications received before September 1 will be considered only on a space available basis Summer admission is not offered by this department IDP Accelerated BS Master s applicants should submit all materials by July 15 for admission during the Fall semester and by November 15 for admission during the Spring semester Required Documents Online University Application Submit the Colorado State University Online Application for the Graduate School along with a 50 non refundable application fee The Department Application replaces the letter of intent essay on the Online University Application so you may skip that section Department Application Email to megradapps engr colostate edu The Department Application replaces the letter of intent essay on the Online University Application so you may skip that section IDP students should submit the IDP Department Application Professional Resume Email to megradapps engr colostate edu If you do not have work experience you may list academic history educational achievements volunteer work group projects or other related activities Transcripts One official original transcript from each college or university attended should be mailed directly to the department and must include all previous undergraduate and graduate work CSU transcripts are not required from current CSU students International students are required to provide official English translations

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  • Tuition & Costs
    Colorado State University recognizes the importance of practical experience in teaching and research Accordingly the majority of our resident M S and Ph D students are supported by graduate teaching assistantships GTA graduate research assistantships GRA or fellowships The financial support provided typically includes full coverage of tuition along with a monthly stipend Your application to the mechanical engineering graduate program also serves as your application for teaching research assistantships for your first academic year To increase your chances of obtaining a GTA or GRA it is strongly encouraged that you contact faculty members that perform research in your interest area to determine if your skills and interests match their needs in their research programs Typically we do not provide GTA or GRA funding to students seeking a Master of Engineering coursework only degree You may still be eligible for institutional and federal financial aid depending on your income and the amount of credits you are enrolled in Graduate Student Funding Opportunities Quick Links Graduate School Funding Opportunities Student Financial Services What Types of Financial Support are Available Graduate Research Assistantships Graduate Research Assistantships GRAs are available to M S and Ph D students As a GRA you will have the opportunity to join the research of your faculty advisor You will be assigned a project and your advisor will assist you with research that may lead to your thesis or dissertation Availability of GRAs is dependent on faculty research areas and funding grant status Tuition and a monthly stipend are typically provided Graduate Teaching Assistantships Graduate Teaching Assistantships GTAs are available each year As a GTA you will assist a core faculty member with a mechanical engineering course GTAs may be expected to assist with course development delivery grading technological support lab instruction and other course related duties Academic

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  • Courses - Graduate Program - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    for biomedical and biotechnology applications MECH532 3 3 0 0 Materials Issues in Mechanical Design F Prerequisites MECH331 Failure mechanisms from materials viewpoint with emphasis on use in design Fracture creep fatigue and corrosion MECH536 3 3 0 0 Materials Applications in Renewable Energy F Prerequisites MECH331 Materials science applied to renewable energy transmission and storage study of solar cells fuel cells Li ion batteries and related technologies Required field trips MECH538 3 3 0 0 Mechanical Engineering Thermodynamics F Prerequisites MECH337 First and second laws of thermodynamics applied to engineering devices and systems Introduction to availability exergy and lost work analysis MECH539 3 3 0 0 Advanced Fluid Mechanics F Properties kinematics vorticity exact solutions instability boundary layers turbulence wakes compressible flow supersonic flow shockwaves MECH544 3 3 0 0 Advanced Heat Transfer S Fundamentals and engineering applications of heat transfer including conduction convection and radiation º MECH551 3 3 0 0 Physical Gas Dynamics I F Prerequisites MECH342 Characteristics of real gases in reacting and nonequilibrium systems equilibrium air statistical mechanics chemical thermodynamics º MECH552 3 3 0 0 Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics F Prerequisites CBE331 AND CIVE300 AND MECH342 Introductory theory of CFD formulation of engineering prolems for CFD analyses mesh generation solver settings and postprocessing MECH555 3 3 0 0 Ceramic Materials Engineering S Ceramic materials engineering and its application to materials technologies MECH557 3 3 0 0 Turbomachinery F Prerequisites MECH337 AND MECH342 Application of fundamental principles of thermodynamics and fluid mechanics to turbomachinery MECH558 3 3 0 0 Combustion F Prerequisites MECH342 Combustion processes explosions detonations flame propagation ignition generation of pollutants in moving and stationary energy conversion systems MECH561 4 4 0 0 Space Propulsion and Mission Analysis S Prerequisites MATH340 Analysis of space flight missions and propulsion systems MECH564 3 3 0 0 Fundamentals of Robot Mechanics and Controls S Prerequisites MECH417 Kinematics of robots controls for robots º MECH567 3 3 0 0 Broad Beam Ion Sources S Prerequisites MATH340 Physical processes in broad beam electron bombardment ion sources for space propulsion and ion machining applications MECH569 3 3 0 0 Micro Electro Mechanical Devices S Prerequisites MECH344 OR ECE331 AND with a C or better Micro electro mechanical processes and applications in sensors optics and structures MECH570 3 3 0 0 Bioengineering S Prerequisites MECH307 AND MECH324 Physiological and medical systems analysis using engineering methods including mechanics fluid dynamics control electronics and signal processing MECH573 3 3 0 0 Structure and Function of Biomaterials S Prerequisites MECH331 Structure function relationships of natural biomaterials application to analysis of biomimetic materials and biomaterials used in medical devices MECH575 3 3 0 0 Solar and Alternative Energies F Prerequisites MECH337 AND MECH342 AND MECH344 Solar radiation flat plate collectors energy storage space heating and cooling power generation applications simulation Top 600 Level Classes º MECH609 3 1 0 2 Experimental Optimization SS Prerequisites MECH509 Application of design of experiments response surface and optimization methods to experimental investigations MECH626 3 3 0 0 Race

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  • Important Dates - Graduate Program - Department of Mechanical Engineering - Colorado State University
    Directory Open Positions Resources Locations Maps Overview Main Campus ERC EECL MERC Alumni Friends Overview Tell Us Your Story Industry Overview Graduate Program Important Dates Important Dates Quick Links Resources Requirements Summer 2015 March 6 by 4 45 pm MT Students graduating in Summer 2015 who would like to have their name printed in the Spring 2015 Commencement Program please follow these steps May 29 by 4 30 pm MT GS25 Application for Graduation Students applying to graduate for the first time OR Reapplication for Graduation Students who have applied to graduate for a previous term July 10 by 4 30 pm MT GS24 Report of Final Examination Results Thesis Dissertation Submission August 7 by 4 30 pm MT Clearance of all incompletes grade changes if applicable Completion of all course requirements if applicable GS25B Departmental Requirements Clearance if applicable Fall 2015 All graduate school forms available from http graduateschool colostate edu current students forms index aspx September 18 by 4 45 pm MT GS25 Application for Graduation Students applying to graduate for the first time OR Reapplication for Graduation Students who have applied to graduate for a previous term November 6 by 4 45 pm MT GS24 Report of

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