Graduate Education 

 The department of mechanical engineering offers a thesis and non-thesis master of science degree, as well as a doctor of philosophy degree. The primary goals of the graduate program are to develop the scholastic ability, independent creativity, and professional competence of an individual to a higher level than is possible in an undergraduate program.

The graduate program offers opportunities for higher education and research in manufacturing, solid mechanics, transport phenomena, computational mechanics, vibrations, controls and robotics, experimental mechanics, fracture mechanics, composite materials, and advanced materials processing.

The graduate program features courses in continuum mechanics, computational methods in transport phenomena, advanced heat transfer, advanced fluid mechanics, engineering analysis, advanced solid mechanics, integrated manufacturing systems, applied intelligent control, theory of materials behavior, and advanced mechanical system control.


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Mechanical Engineering
Master’s Degree
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Read the MS program brochure here.  



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Mechanical Engineering
Doctor of Philosophy Degree    
Click here to learn more about the program.

Read the PhD program brochure here.






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Admissions for International Students

The Ivanhoe International Center at SD Mines provides assistance to international students.

If you have any questions about the application process or our graduate programs, please contact Rachel Howard, the graduate education coordinator, at Rachel.Howard@sdsmt.edu

WICHE

The Western Regional Graduate Program (WRGP) Reciprocity Agreement allows residents of WICHE states to attend grad school at SD Mines at the resident tuition rate. And, Minnesota residents are eligible for reciprocity benefits. Learn More