The mechanical engineering (ME) profession is dedicated to applying principles of physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics in the analysis, design, manufacturing and maintenance of mechanical components, devices, and systems. Oregon State's graduate program in Mechanical Engineering is designed to educate leaders who will develop and improve systems for transforming energy, health, materials, and information to meet the needs of society.  To be eligible for graduate studies at Oregon State, Mechanical Engineering applicants must have a baccalaureate or master’s degree in science, mathematics, or engineering.

Degrees Offered in Mechanical Engineering

Please review the program options and milestones of our ME degree offerings:

Master of Engineering in ME

Master of Science in ME 

Doctoral Studies in ME  

Graduate Options for Mechanical Engineering

Please review the information below to learn about the School of MIME's Graduate Options in Mechanical Engineering. Mechanical Engineering graduate students may also declare a secondary option, such as Engineering Management or Renewable Energy Studies.