MS in Mechanical Engineering, Main Campus
The master's in mechanical engineering programs consist of a minimum of 30 credit hours. Students complete the Potsdam-based MS program in one to five years.
Students interested in the following should explore our Main Campus MS:
- Research Facilities
- Research/Teaching Assistantships
- On-site Laboratories
- Faculty Mentor Programs
- University-run Housing
- Full Scholarships
PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Main Campus
We also offer a PhD in mechanical engineering for those who wish to pursue and further their knowledge in this subject.
MS in Mechanical Engineering, Capital Region Campus
The master's in mechanical engineering program at the Capital Region Campus consist of a minimum of 30 credit hours. Students typically complete the MS at the Capital Region Campus in one and a half to two years, full-time, or in two and a half to three years, part-time.
The Clarkson University Capital Region Campus (CRC) in Schenectady, NY is a satellite campus for Clarkson University. The CRC caters to the working engineering professional, offering:
- Evening On-site Courses
- A Professional Setting
- Outstanding Faculty who are adjuncts and professionals from within industry
- Merit Scholarships
General Admission Requirements
Prerequisites: Students must have a BS in engineering or equivalent field. Applications from students from other disciplines will be handled on a case-by-case basis. Students who are not fully prepared to pursue graduate work in mechanical engineering may be required to take additional courses for which graduate credit will not be given.
A complete application file consists of the following items:
- application form
- resume and statement of purpose
- letters of recommendation — three letters required
- official transcripts
- test scores — GRE* and TOEFL/IELTS (if applicable)
*GRE is waived for Clarkson graduates. GRE scores may also not be needed for applicants with work experience, graduate degrees or other practical/applied skill sets. The GRE is not required for applicants to the Capital Region Campus MS program.
Supplemental information may be submitted if desired; this could include any other information that may help us evaluate your application.