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明尼苏达大学双城分校之机械工程

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摘要:

  明尼苏达大学双城分校(University of Minnesota, Twin Cities,简称U of M)成立于1851年,是一所位于美国明尼苏达州双城区(即明尼阿波利斯及圣保罗)的著名公立大学,是明尼苏达大学系统的旗舰学校,也是其历史最悠久、规模最大、最负盛名的分校。按学生人数计为美国第六大的学校,2012-2013年度学生规模为51,853人。明尼苏达大学也是公立常春藤之一,同时也是美国大学协会以及美国中西部体育赛事联盟十大盟校(Big Ten)的成员。在众多出版物、期刊报道中,人们所称的明尼苏达大学通常是指明尼苏达大学双城分校,而不是包含五所分校(包括双城分校)的明尼苏达大学系统。

  机械工程学院:

  申请说明

  2010年,明尼苏达大学双城分校机械工程(Mechanical Engineering)研究生项目在国家研究委员会(NRC)对全国127个博士项目排名中名列第7。该项目共有约300个研究生,50个博士后和助理研究员。

  研究生项目要求申请者拥有工程、理科或数学学士学位,学士学位可直接申请PhD,奖学金形式主要包括TA、RA和Fellowship。

  专业设置

  明尼苏达大学双城分校机械工程系开设的研究领域如下:

  按应用领域分类:

  · 能源(Energy)

  · 人类卫生(Human Health)

  · 环境(Environment)

  · 车辆(Transportation)

  按基础研究分类:

  · 设计、制造与控制(Design, Manufacturing, and Controls)

  · 热能、流体与等离子科学(Thermal, Fluid, and Plasma Science)

  · 纳米技术(Nanotechnology)

  · 理论与仿真(Theory and Simulation)

  申请要求:

  学士学位-官网认可的

  GPA-3.0以上的

  GRE需要

  语言—托福79分以上(写作21以上、阅读19以上)

  雅思6.5以上(写作6.5以上、阅读6.5以上)

  专业详情见链接:

  https://onestop2.umn.edu/pcas/viewCatalogProgram.do?programID=7007

  Mechanical Engineering M.S.M.E.

  Mechanical Engineering

  College of Science and Engineering

  Link to a list of faculty for this program.

  Contact Information

  Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Engineering Graduate Programs, University of Minnesota, 1120 Mechanical Engineering, 111 Church Street S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455 (612-625-2009; fax: 612-624-2010)

  Email: gardn032@umn.edu, hogan108@umn.edu

  Website: http://www.me.umn.edu

  · Program Type: Master's

  · Requirements for this program are current for Fall 2018

  · Length of program in credits: 30

  · This program does not require summer semesters for timely completion.

  · Degree: Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering

  Along with the program-specific requirements listed below, please read the General Information section of this website for requirements that apply to all major fields.

  Coursework and research for all graduate degrees are offered in bioengineering; biomechanics; combustion; computer-aided design; computer-aided manufacturing; computer graphics; control systems; design; energy conservation; environmental control; environmental engineering; fluid mechanics; heat and mass transfer; history of science and technology; human factors engineering; industrial engineering; innovative methodologies; integration of structural and environmental systems; lubrication; manufacturing engineering; particle technology; plasma chemistry; plasma heat transfer; power, propulsion, and applied thermodynamics; socioeconomic systems; solar energy; solar processing and thermochemistry; statistics; structures; systems dynamics; technology assessment; thermal energy storage; thermal environmental engineering; thermodynamics; transportation; tribology; vibration; and interdisciplinary finite element methodology. Additional instructional and research programs can be formulated.

  Program Delivery

  This program is available:

  · via classroom (the majority of instruction is face-to-face)

  Prerequisites for Admission

  The preferred undergraduate GPA for admittance to the program is 3.00.

  A four-year BS degree in engineering, science, or mathematics.

  Special Application Requirements:

  The department offers two options for applying to the master’s degree program. The standard application requires a full set of application materials and allows admission to any of the MSME degree options (Plan A, B, or C). The streamlined application offers an abbreviated application process and admission is only for the coursework-only master’s degree (Plan C). The GRE test is not required for applicants to the streamlined application. Students admitted through the streamlined process are not eligible for financial support from the department. Applications are accepted for fall semester only. The standard application deadline is December 15 and the streamlined application deadline is May 15. Additional information is available at http://www.me.umn.edu/education/graduate/prospective/admissions.shtml

  Applicants must submit their test score(s) from the following:

  · GRE

  International applicants must submit score(s) from one of the following tests:

  · TOEFL

  o Internet Based - Total Score: 79

  o Internet Based - Writing Score: 21

  o Internet Based - Reading Score: 19

  · IELTS

  o Total Score: 6.5

  Key to test abbreviations (GRE, TOEFL, IELTS).

  For an online application or for more information about graduate education admissions, see the General Information section of this website.

  Program Requirements

  Plan A: Plan A requires 14 major credits, 6 credits outside the major, and 10 thesis credits. The final exam is oral.

  Plan B: Plan B requires 14 major credits and 16 credits outside the major. The final exam is oral.

  Plan C: Plan C requires 24 major credits and 6 credits outside the major. There is no final exam.

  This program may be completed with a minor.

  Use of 4xxx courses toward program requirements is permitted under certain conditions with adviser approval.

  A minimum GPA of 2.80 is required for students to remain in good standing.

  The M.S.M.E. requires a minimum of 30 credits and is offered under Plan A (thesis), Plan B (project), and Plan C (coursework only). All three plans require completion of 1-2 graduate seminar credits and one research and professional ethics course. All courses, with the exception of seminars and the ethics course, must be taken on an A/F basis.

  Major Course Credits

  Any 5xxx or 8xxx level mechanical engineering course counts toward the major field credit requirement, with the exception of independent research courses. The following courses also meet the requirement for ME graduate course credits.

  AEM 5401 - Intermediate Dynamics (3.0 cr)

  AEM 5501 - Continuum Mechanics (3.0 cr)

  AEM 8201 - Fluid Mechanics I (3.0 cr)

  AEM 8202 - Fluid Mechanics II (3.0 cr)

  EE 5231 - Linear Systems and Optimal Control (3.0 cr)

  EE 8215 - Nonlinear Systems (3.0 cr)

  Ethics Course

  Take one research and professional ethics course. The following may be used or consult with advisor for further options.

  ME 8001 - Research Ethics and Professional Practice (0.0 cr)

  Seminar

  Take 1-2 seminar credits. The following may be used or consult with advisor for further options.

  ME 8773 - Graduate Seminar (1.0 cr)

  ME 8774 - Graduate Seminar (1.0 cr)

  Supporting Program

  The remaining course credits may be taken in the major or in any supporting field with significant scientific or engineering content, and may include 6 credits in a minor.

  Use of 4xxx-level Courses

  No more than six 4xxx-level course credits may be used for graduate-level credit. Only the following courses are acceptable.

  AEM 4511 - Mechanics of Composite Materials (3.0 cr)

  AEM 4581 - Mechanics of Solids (3.0 cr)

  CHEM 4502 - Introduction to Quantum Mechanics and Spectroscopy (3.0 cr)

  EE 4541 - Digital Signal Processing (3.0 cr)

  MATH 4512 - Differential Equations with Applications (3.0 cr)

  PHYS 4051 - Methods of Experimental Physics I (5.0 cr)

  PHYS 4101 - Quantum Mechanics (4.0 cr)

  PHYS 4201 - Statistical and Thermal Physics (3.0 cr)

  PHYS 4211 - Introduction to Solid-State Physics (3.0 cr)

  Plan A

  Requires 14 credits in the major, 6 additional graduate level credits, and 10 thesis credits.

  ME 8777 - Thesis Credits: Master's (1.0-18.0 cr)

  Plan B

  Requires 14 credits in the major, 16 additional graduate level credits, plus completion of a project or 1-3 Plan B papers, determined in consultation with the advisor. Up to 4 credits of ME 8794, taken S/N, may be used for the Plan B project

  ME 8794 - Mechanical Engineering Research (1.0-4.0 cr)

  Plan C

  Requires 24 credits in the major and 6 additional graduate level credits. Up to 4 credits of ME 8794, taken S/N, may be applied to the degree requirements.

  ME 8794 - Mechanical Engineering Research (1.0-4.0 cr)

  Program Sub-plans

  A sub-plan is not required for this program.

  Students may not complete the program with more than one sub-plan.

  Integrated B.M.E./M.S.M.E.

  The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers an integrated bachelor's/master's degree program. The program makes it possible for students to earn a bachelor's degree (B.M.E.) and a master's degree (M.S.M.E.) in Mechanical Engineering in five years. The program has several benefits: a streamlined admissions process from the undergraduate program to the graduate program; graduate student status granted in the senior year; eligibility for teaching and research assistantships; and flexibility in fulfilling required courses for both degrees simultaneously in the last two years of study. Both the BME and MSME degrees must be completed in their entirety, with no courses shared between them. The graduate degree cannot be earned before the undergraduate requirements are satisfied. Admitted students who decide not to complete the MSME degree are permitted to count credits originally planned for the graduate program toward their undergraduate technical electives. Eligibility Requirements: - Students must be enrolled in the Mechanical Engineering undergraduate program at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. - Students who are within 32 semester credits completing the requirements for the BME degree are eligible to apply. - Students with a GPA of 3.25 or greater are preferred. For students who have transferred from another institution, at least one semester must be completed at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities before admission to the program will be granted.(美研部 侯老师/整理)


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