School of Engineering
With a highlyranked engineering school, the University of Dayton offers a lot of opportunities for ambitious engineers. You’ll find a diverse family of professors and students, the only flight simulator in North America that lets students enter their own designs, and the Innovation Center, which has assisted more than 200 external clients with solving realworld engineering challenges.
Ranked the #56 Best Engineering School by U.S. News & World Report.
#1 Catholic university in the U.S. for sponsored engineering research.
Research partnerships with GE Aviation and other regional industry leaders.
The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering provides a dynamic atmosphere for learning, allowing you to become a wellrounded engineer, scholar or professional. And if you’re interested in handson research, our onsite research facilities include a stateoftheart wind tunnel and a fullmotion flight simulator.
Areas of emphasis include:
 Aerospace fluids
 Aerospace design
 Aerospace structure
 Aerospace propulsion
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  

GPA  3.0  3.0 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Aerospace Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall / Spring  Fall / Spring 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
Owing to the fact that UD conducts about $18 million in bioscience and bioengineering research, you’ll have many chances to get handson with your degree. Opportunities include university biochemical, biomechanical, biomaterials and bioenergy labs.
Specialized tracks available to UD bioengineering graduate students include:
 Biomaterials and biomechanics
 Biosystems engineering
 Bioprocess engineering
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1 


GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Biomedical Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Math, Mechanical Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Biomedical Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Math, Mechanical Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Biomedical Engineering, Biochemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Math, Mechanical Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Biochemistry from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
One year of General Biology, one year of Chemistry and one year of Physics GRE: Required 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
One year of General Biology, one year of Chemistry and one year of Physics 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
One year of General Biology, one year of Chemistry and one year of Physics 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall  Spring  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
The UD chemical engineering graduate program offers an extensive course selection, allowing you to explore a wide variety of technical and contemporary topics. Outside of the classroom, you’ll find research opportunities to further explore areas of interest within multiple oncampus labs and the University of Dayton Research Institute.
Areas of emphasis include:
 Fuels and Combustion
 Fluid dynamics
 Bioengineering
 Materials engineering
 Process Modeling and Control
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 2  

GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5  3.0 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14)  74 (no subscore below 16) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Chemical Engineering, Polymer Processing, Process Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Petrochemical Engineering, Applied Chemistry from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Chemical Engineering, Polymer Processing, Process Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Petrochemical Engineering, Applied Chemistry from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Chemical Engineering, Polymer Processing, Process Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Petrochemical Engineering, Applied Chemistry from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Chemistry from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
One year of Physics 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall / Spring  Fall / Spring  Fall  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
Our focus is to advance the stateofart design of civil systems and lead efforts in sustainable infrastructure development. In our program, you’ll gain firsthand experience working with international faculty. Sponsors such as the National Science Foundation, the Ohio Department of Transportation, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and more, offer hands on opportunities for UD students.
Areas of emphasis include:
 Composites
 Engineering Mechanics
 Environmental
 Geotechnical
 Transportation
 Water resources
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 2  

GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5  3.0 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14)  74 (no subscore below 16) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Civil Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Civil Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Civil Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Geology, Urban Planning from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
Strength of Materials, Dynamics 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall  Spring  Fall  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
Because computer engineering is a rapidly growing field, research is key to success. That’s why our faculty and research facilities support advanced research in signal and image processing, highperformance computing, digital electronics and more. Our program focuses on providing the skills to design and develop new products, technologies and processes related to computer engineering.
Concentration areas include:
 Communications & Networking
 Embedded Systems
 Operating Systems & Computer Architecture
 Software Engineering
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 2  

GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5  3.0 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14)  74 (no subscore below 16) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, or Computer Systems Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, or Computer Systems Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, or Computer Systems Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, or Computer Science from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall / Spring  Fall / Spring  Fall  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
As an electrical engineering graduate student, you’ll work with top scholars and industry leaders and develop your area of expertise. Your work is supported with faculty expertise and seven computer labs with industryspecific software along with ten specialized laboratories.
Areas of emphasis include:
 Electromagnetics and signal processing
 Optical processing and nonlinear optics
 Signal and image processing
 Control theory and systems
 Digital systems
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 2  

GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5  3.0 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14)  74 (no subscore below 16) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Communications Engineering, or Computer Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Communications Engineering, or Computer Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Electrical Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Communications Engineering, or Computer Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Physics or Mathematics from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall / Spring  Fall / Spring  Fall  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
UD has one of the top five MS in ElectroOptics programs in the U.S. As a graduate student, you’ll work with awardwinning faculty, and you can expect handson training and a significant choice of electives to customize your education.
Research opportunities include:
 A laser radar curriculum through our LADAR and Optical Communications Institute.
 20 dedicated electrooptics laboratories on campus.
 Access to the University of Dayton Research Institute with $70+ million in annual sponsored research.
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1 


GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Physics, Mechanical Engineering or Mathematics.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Physics, Mechanical Engineering or Mathematics.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Physics, Mechanical Engineering or Mathematics. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
Undergraduate course in Electrodynamics GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
Undergraduate course in Electrodynamics 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*
Undergraduate course in Electrodynamics 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall  Spring  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
This program is designed to prepare engineers and aspiring engineers for leadership roles in engineering activities in industry, government, business and the military. We’ll help you build the analytical and managerial skills you need to plan, design, optimize and direct complex systems, programs and processes.
Topics researched by recent graduates include:
 Optimizing manufacturing, assembly and sequencing operations for a new facility.
 Developing a model for selecting a supplier for gas turbine engines.
 Determining the best configuration for a call center via simulation.
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 2  

GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5  3.0 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14)  74 (no subscore below 16) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Engineering, Engineering Technology, Physics, Chemistry or Mathematics from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in a STEM field or business from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III* GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II* 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall  Spring  Fall  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
We work closely with alumni and private business leaders to supply ongoing research opportunities, such as with fluid mechanics or the mechanical behavior of materials. Altogether, the engineering mechanics program prepares you to solve problems and improve outcomes in your area of expertise.
Areas of emphasis include:
 Composites
 Engineering mechanics
 Environmental engineering
 Geotechnical engineering
 Transportation or water resources
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1 


GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Civil Engineering or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Applied Differential Equations* GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall  Spring  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
It’s easy to see why our program has such a strong national and international reputation. With stateoftheart facilities and realworld research positions, we give graduate students from around the world every opportunity to succeed. The program also accommodates students from a wide range of academic, technical and cultural backgrounds.
Areas of emphasis include:
 Aerospace alloys
 Composite materials
 Composite processing
 Nondestructive evaluation
 Nano materials
 Structural ceramics
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  MASTER’S ACCELERATOR TRACK 1  

GPA  3.0  3.0  2.5 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5)  5.5 (no subscore below 5.0) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16)  68 (no subscore below 14) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Materials Engineering, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Biochemistry from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Materials Engineering, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Biochemistry from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Materials Engineering, Materials Science, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Biology, Chemistry, Physics or Biochemistry from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations*  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall  Fall  Fall 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD  $24,645 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
Join the dynamic atmosphere as a graduate mechanical engineering student at the University of Dayton and learn, grow and develop your skills as an engineer, scholar and professional. Study with researchers and professors who are committed to providing the framework for solutions to important challenges facing our world.
Areas of emphasis include:
 Design and manufacturing
 Materials
 Solid mechanics
 Thermofluids
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  

GPA  3.0  3.0 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Aerospace Engineering or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Aerospace Engineering or Mechanical Engineering from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall / Spring  Fall / Spring 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.
Our program is committed to one of humanity’s greatest challenges: a more sustainable world. We attract the best and brightest students from around the globe, including Fulbright scholars. Together, we’re advancing clean energy sources, energyreducing design techniques, renewable manufacturing systems, biofuels and more.
Areas of emphasis include:
 Energy efficiency (buildings, industry, transportation)
 Renewable energy (wind, solar, geothermal, tidal)
 Design for environment and resource efficiency
 Largescale energy and environmental systems
 Clean energy for the developing world
 Advanced thermodynamics and energy materials
ADMISSIONS DETAILS
DIRECT  ADVANCED MASTER’S ACCELERATOR  

GPA  3.0  3.0 
IELTS  6.5 (no subscore below 6.0)  6.0 (no subscore below 5.5) 
TOEFL  80 (no subscore below 18)  74 (no subscore below 16) 
QUALIFYING UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Physics from an accredited university.  Fouryear undergraduate degree, or equivalent, in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electrical Engineering or Physics from an accredited university. 
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS  Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* GRE: Strongly recommended 
Math Proficiency: Calculus I, II, III and Differential Equations* 
AVAILABLE ENTRY  Fall / Spring  Fall / Spring 
TUITION**  $9,820 USD  $13,925 USD 
* When applying for Graduate International Direct admission, students are required to complete a Math SelfEvaluation. If students meet proficiency requirements, they will then fill out a SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form to declare they meet the appropriate math proficiency standard.
**Tuition may vary by semester and is subject to change.
Click to see Math SelfEvaluation for Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations and SelfDeclaration of Math Proficiency form here.