Thermal Energy Systems & Combustions Engines

Thermal Energy Systems & Combustions Engines

Note:  Review Course Descriptions and Credit Hours

A. Combustion Engines

  • ABE 466—Engineering Off-Road Vehicles
  • ME 403—Internal Combustion Engines
  • ME 410—Intermediate Gas Dynamics
  • ME 501—Combustion Fundamentals
  • ME 503—Design of Internal Combustion Engines
  • UP 430—Urban Transportation Planning

B. Thermal Systems

  • AE 412—Viscous Flow and Heat Transfer
  • ME 400—Energy Conversion Systems
  • ME 401—Refrigeration and Cryodynamics
  • ME 402—Design of Thermal Systems
  • ME 404—Intermediate Thermodynamics
  • ME 412—Numerical Thermo-fluid Mechanics
  • ME 420—Intermediate Heat Transfer
  • ME 502—Thermal Systems
  • ME 520—Heat Conduction
  • ME 521—Convective Heat Transfer
  • NPRE 470—Fuel Cells & Hydrogen Sources
  • UP 466—Energy, Planning, and the Built Environment

Program Highlights

Earn a Professional Master’s Degree (non-thesis) in 2 – 3 semesters.

32 credit hour program – see degree requirements for more information.

Choose your own path and areas of specialization from a wide array of courses.

Gain valuable experience with an internship or energy systems design project.

Prepare for leadership in your career by applying breadth and depth of knowledge in this area.

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Dates to Know

May 1 / July 1, 2021 | Deadline for Fall 2021 Admission (international/domestic)

January 25, 2021 | First Day of Spring 2021 Semester

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