Graduate

Professors and students in the SMART Center of Excellence in the Jarvis Hall Engineering Shop.

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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.
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We offer MS Degrees in Mechanical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering. Students are trained for careers in engineering practice and/or further study at the doctoral level.
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We offer PhD Degrees in Mechanical Engineering or Aerospace Engineering. Students will have the ability to pursue research and complete a dissertation of original research.
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There is an increased international, national, and statewide interest in the field of advanced manufacturing – from new methods in additive manufacturing, to co-robotics, and digital manufacturing. Students will take courses with graduate faculty members in Industrial and Systems Engineering or Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, including access to state-of-the-art facilities and interaction with UB’s Community of Excellence in Sustainable Manufacturing and Advanced Robotic Technologies (SMART)
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All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted. Graduate Students should consult the online departmental course schedules at the Student Response Center to ascertain which semester a course is being taught.
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Learn more about course advising, student appointments, the graduate manual, and more!
Graduate Contact Information


Dr. David Salac
Graduate Studies Director
326 Jarvis Hall
davidsal@buffalo.edu

Rosemary Lombardo, MA
Graduate Coordinator
210 Bell Hall
maegrad@buffalo.edu