Mechanical EngineeringB.S./M.S. or M.Eng.
Looking for a fast path to a graduate-level education in mechanical engineering? A combined degree from UND is the answer.
There’s no better way to expedite your graduate-level education in mechanical engineering than with a UND combined degree program. A master of engineering degree (M.Eng.) is an ideal degree designed to fast-track your career options in a variety of industries. The UND combined B.S. and M.S. degree program allows you to achieve a graduate-level education quickly and efficiently. Benefit from either program designed to give you real-world experience and problem solving technical skills in mechanical engineering.
- Program type:
- Combined (Major and Master's)
- On Campus or Online
- Est. time to complete:
- 5-6 years
- Credit hours:
- B.S./M.S. 159 (thesis option), 161 (non-thesis option) | B.S./M.Eng. 153-159
Why earn a combined degree in mechanical engineering?
Mechanical Engineering at UND
UND combined programs allows you the chance to double six credit hours (so they count as twelve).
Learn how to apply modern engineering principles to the evolving needs of industry and society. Focus your studies in manufacturing, materials science, mechanical design, thermal sciences and aerospace applications.
Benefit from a program that supports collaborative, multidisciplinary research and learning in a stimulating environment
Typical working projects include wind tunnel experiments, space hardware design, nanotechnology development, pressure vessel research, coal combustion, agricultural innovations and precision machining.