Tarleton Launches Masters Program in Mechanical Engineering – The Flash Today || County of Erath


Friday 25 June 2021

STEPHENVILLE, Texas – Graduate students seeking a master’s degree in mechanical engineering now have another option. Tarleton State University will present this fall the first semester of a new program offered by the Department of Mechanical, Environmental and Civil Engineering.

“We are proud to add this Masters in Mechanical Engineering to our inventory of graduate programs at Tarleton,” said Dr. Credence Baker, Dean of Graduate Studies. “The faculty has worked hard to ensure that we offer high quality, innovative courses, and we are all very happy to welcome our first cohort of students.

The degree, available on the Tarleton campus in Stephenville or online, is designed to prepare for work at the doctoral level or for students who wish to advance their careers.

“This is a big step forward,” said Dr. Karen Murray of Tarleton Provost. “This new master’s program supports the university’s long-standing commitment to academic advancement and improves employment opportunities for students.

“In addition to providing students with exemplary education and training, the program better positions Tarleton to meet the growing workforce needs of North Texas and beyond. “

The MS in Mechanical Engineering is designed to be completed in two years, and qualified students can be approved early, allowing undergraduates to start taking master’s courses in the final year before earning their bachelor’s degree. This option allows students to obtain their bachelor’s and master’s degrees in five years.

Thesis and professional (non-thesis) options are available. Both offer a rigorous curriculum and allow students to focus in specialist areas of their choice.

The degree will prepare graduates for careers in a number of emerging industries, including aerospace, robotics, manufacturing, and sustainable energy. For more information, visit www.tarleton.edu/degrees/masters/ms-mechanical-enginering/index.html.

To learn more about the Tarleton School of Engineering, visit www.tarelton.edu/engineering.

A founding member of the Texas A&M University System, Tarleton transforms generations by inspiring discovery, leadership and inclusion through teaching and research. Study programs for over 14,000 students in Stephenville, Fort Worth, Waco, Midlothian, at RELLIS Academic Alliance in Bryan and online emphasize real-world learning that meets regional needs while maintaining values ​​of excellence, integrity and respect.


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