Specialized studies in mechanical engineering
The Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Memorial University offers graduate programs leading to master of engineering (M.Eng.) and doctor of philosophy (PhD) degrees in mechanical engineering. Students may pursue graduate studies in mechanical engineering in areas such as: computer-aided design (CAD); controls; corrosion; environmental engineering; fatigue and fracture mechanics; fluid dynamics; heat transfer; integrity assessment materials; mechanical design; resource utilization; robotics and structural dynamics.
Students interested in biomedical engineering, such as biomechanics and occupational health, can pursue research through an interdisciplinary group of engineering and medical faculty.
Select a link to learn more about graduate studies in mechanical engineering:
- Graduate Applications: how to apply and application deadlines
- About Our Programs: research-based programs and course-based programs leading to Masters (M.Eng.) and Doctoral (PhD) degrees
Top notch facilities with on-site support and expertise
Graduate students in mechanical engineering have access to top notch research labs and specialized facilities including:
- A low-speed wind tunnel
- SEM and XRD material characterization equipment
- Multiphase flow loop
- Cold rooms
- Wave/tow tank
- Machine vision and x-ray imaging
- Mechatronics lab
- Manufacturing technology and rapid prototype development centre
- Research labs specifically for automation and control, computer, fluids, heat transfer and structures
Applying to Memorial is as easy as 1-2-3! Follow the link to become a graduate student for everything you need to know about the university, its programs, admissions, the City of St. John's and environs, and lots more.
If you have questions, you can use the MUNlive chat to ask any time.
The priority deadlines for submitting applications for admission are:
November 1 (MEng and PhD) for Fall admission
April 1 (graduate diploma, MASc, international MEM) for Fall admission
May 1 (Canadian MEM) for Fall admission
For more information, contact:
Office of Associate Dean (Graduate Studies)