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Mechanical Engineering, M.S.

Master solid mechanics, sustainable engineering, biomedical devices, and more as you combine cutting-edge research with the industry’s latest technologies and facilities.

What You’ll Learn

In the Mechanical Engineering, M.S. program, you’ll conduct cutting-edge studies in thermal/fluid/energy, biomechanics, biomedical devices, sensors, and controls.

You’ll work with state-of-the-art labs and facilities—such as our Entrepreneurship and Technology Innovation Center and Fabrication Rapid Prototyping Lab—conducting research in bioengineering, assistive technologies, energy, and more.


Career Options

  • Aerospace Engineer
  • Automotive Engineer
  • HVAC Engineer
  • Manufacturing Engineer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Thermal Engineer

Exceptional experiences.
Outstanding outcomes.

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$87,370

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Top-Tier Ranking

USNWR ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

How You’ll Succeed

You’ll choose between the thesis and project-based non-thesis options. Both provide the chance to present work at major conferences and publish your findings alongside our faculty experts in peer-reviewed journals.

USNWR ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North

Top-Tier Ranking

New York Tech is ranked among the top 50 regional universities in the North.

Do. Make. Innovate.

Introduction to Raspberry Pi

Long Island, NY | New York, NY | April 16, 2021 | 10:00 am - 11:00 am

Attendees will be introduced to various topics including controlling LED lights, motors, actuators, ultrasound sensors, and collecting electronic sensor data.

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Biotechnology, COVID-19, and Beyond

April 14, 2021

At the Biotechnology Summit: “Innovation in the Time of COVID and Beyond,” experts discussed the latest research in biotech and how these findings are impacting the treatment of COVID-19.

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