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Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering

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Biomedical Engineering, M.S.

The master of science in biomedical engineering prepares students for positions in biomedical engineering and continued education inbiomedical engineering. It addresses the improvement of human health through a multi-disciplinary approach, where integration of concepts from engineering and mathematics with those in the life sciences provide directed technologies for the advancement of health care. Students enrolled in the program will address unmet medical needs using knowledge of engineering, biology, chemistry, mathematics, etc. They will take measurements on and interpret data from living systems, address the problems associated with the interaction between living and non-living materials and systems, work on team projects, and communicate their work orally and in writing. Graduates of this program will be able to evaluate biomedical engineering literature to identify, analyze, and assess a medical need, design solutions to these problems using multidisciplinary approach, and manage biomedical engineering projects.

Mechanical Engineering, M.S.

The Mechanical Engineering Program at the University of New Haven provides a comprehensive education in an environment that nurtures students of varying backgrounds and abilities with a great deal of faculty-student interaction. Our program has been nationally accredited since 1970 and has a record of successful alumni working in many corporations (e.g., Sikorsky Aircraft, Electric Boat, Pratt & Whitney, and Covidien).

Graduates of our mechanical engineering program have a fundamental background in math, engineering basics and hands-on experience in a variety of course and laboratory settings with design projects that incorporate industry models. Our laboratories use real equipment, not the virtual computer-generated images that may be found in other universities.

Students are exposed to different concepts and problems in the major engineering disciplines (chemical, electrical, civil, and mechanical) in an innovative multi-disciplinary curriculum during the first two years of the program.

Industrial Engineering, M.S.

We offer the master of science in industrial engineering, and the dual-degree program leading to M.B.A./M.S.I.E. Graduate certificates in Lean-Six Sigma, and quality engineering are also offered.

The master of science degree and graduate certificates have been designed to give the student an advanced level of training beyond the baccalaureate, sufficient to prepare for a leadership role in the area of industrial engineering. The M.S. program centers on a core sequence of required courses including analysis and design, considered to be of common interest to industrial engineers of advanced professional standing.

Engineering and Operations Management, M.S.

The Master of Science in Engineering and Operations Management (MSEOM) provides engineering and technical professions with the knowledge and skills required to assume leadership positions in manufacturing and service organizations in a global market environment. Created for individuals who aspire to be involved in managing technology and organizations, the program melds, state-of-the-art engineering methodologies with key components of business-related fields such as finance, marketing and the theory of management.