- Price: USD 30900
- Level: Master
- Category: Engineering
- Awarded by: Oregon State University
The School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering offers graduate programs leading to the Master of Engineering, Master of Science, and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Master’s degree candidates may pursue the thesis or nonthesis options; students in the nonthesis option must complete additional coursework where an individual project may be included.
The mechanical engineering field is diverse, therefore, research activities in the school encompass a broad range of technical endeavours. Areas of research include applied mechanics, solid mechanics, biomechanics, dynamics, stress analysis, design, systems and control, energy, applied thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, metallurgy, and materials science.
After successfully completing the Pathway program and any additional requirements, you can enter an OSU graduate program. This transition to university from an INTO program is called progression.
You must meet the following Oregon State University Pathway progression criteria in order to progress:
3.0 GPA cumulative for the last 90 quarter credits (60-semester credits) and
3.0 GPA cumulative in all Pathway courses and
C (or Pass) or higher grades in all Pathway courses
B or higher grades in all English language courses OR
TOEFL iBT 91 (18 subscores) (PBT 575) OR
Standardized Test Requirements:
Graduate Record Examination (GRE) quantitative score of 158 or higher. There are no other GRE requirements.
The INTO OSU Graduate Pathway in Mechanical Engineering is designed to provide a route to the Oregon State University MEng degree program in Mechanical Engineering.
Entry Requirement: Graduate
Intakes: Mar/ Sep
Course Duration: 2 years