Thank you for your interest in UB's Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering! Applying to one of our graduate programs is a simple process, and allows us to review your completed application quickly.
December 1: Full consideration for funding/fellowships
December 15: Consideration for department funding
April 15: Domestic applicants who are not requesting financial aid
July 15: Full consideration for funding/fellowships
December 15: Self-funded applicants
We accept applications on a rolling basis throughout the year.
Students are trained for careers in engineering practice and/or further study at the doctoral level.
Students can choose between three options: MS with Thesis, MS with Project, or All-Course MS with Comprehensive Exam. In addition, students can complete a program leading to 2 MS degrees in Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering.
Normally, at least three academic years of full-time graduate study, beyond the baccalaureate degree, are required to complete the PhD degree requirements.
Students can enter the PhD program with or without a MS degree.
This advanced certificate program is designed as a stand-alone credential for local professionals seeking to enhance their background in cutting-edge manufacturing technologies at the graduate level, as well as for currently enrolled MS or PhD students to gain a credential which will complement their degree program.