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Master of Science in
Mechanical Engineering

Embry-Riddle's Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering program focuses on advanced study of mechanical systems. Graduates emerge ready to solve some of today's most critical problems in energy, transportation, automation, and bio-mechanical systems.

ERAU’s Daytona Beach Campus engineering programs have ranked at the top of U.S. News and World Report’s lists for over a decade.

Master’s degree students will elect a thesis or non-thesis degree option, in addition to core courses that address both theory and practical implementation of electro-mechanical systems.

Research activities are under the direction of experienced, dedicated ERAU faculty and fellow students in state-of-the-art labs.

Graduate students will have many professional networking experiences and may pursue an internship relevant to their area of focus. 

Professional organizations are represented on campus, such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers. Participation will provide even greater opportunity to mentor undergraduate students and to identify those well suited to your research activities.

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About Mechanical Engineering at the Daytona Beach, FL Campus

The Mechanical Engineering master's degree program at ERAU’s Daytona Beach Campus provides students with advanced study in engineering with a specialization in Mechanical Systems. Featuring specialized labs and facilities, the program prepares students to design and implement mechanical systems to fulfill the needs of a wide range of industries in the aerospace, aviation, automotive, energy, and biomedical arenas. Thesis and non-thesis options are available.

A typical first year will include courses in Mechanical Systems, as well as mathematics and general electives.

Housed in the Department of Mechanical Engineering of the College of Engineering, the M.S. in Mechanical Engineering program features three tracks, including: 

  • a broad track in mechanical systems designed to allow students to create a customized plan of study
  • a focused track in high performance vehicles
  • a focused track in robotic systems

The Department of Mechanical Engineering also offers an accelerated program that gives well-qualified students the chance to begin their graduate work for the M.S. in Mechanical Engineering while finishing their Bachelor of Science in Engineering at ERAU.

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