Graduate Programs

Graduate Programs

Graduate Mission Statement

The mission of the mechanical engineering graduate program is to develop scholarly and professional leaders who contribute to knowledge through the development of original and multidisciplinary research, through the pursuit of solutions to important societal problems, and through assertive dissemination of new knowledge, all the while cultivating a passion for mentoring future mechanical engineers.

Applications and Admissions

All information about applying to our graduate programs and receiving aid, along with information if you are an international student can be found on the Rowan Global Learning & Partnerships website.

M.S. in ME Program

The Mechanical Engineering program permits students to deeply explore engineering design and analysis. The interdisciplinary nature of the program provides students with an opportunity to work on exciting research areas at the leading edge of technology. This program includes focus areas in Bioengineering, Mechanics, Materials, Nanotechnology, Devices, and Systems Engineering.

Ph.D. in Engineering Program

The Ph.D. in Engineering Program at Rowan University effectively prepares individuals to respond to the changing needs of engineers today. Students will complete higher level coursework in technical topics and will develop and demonstrate applied skills in research, teaching, and communication leading to a terminal degree.