Study in:United States
Deadline: 15 May 2019
Learning outcomes of the Mechanical Engineering program delivered by University of South Carolina
The students will demonstrate the ability to:
- Apply energy, momentum, continuity, state and constitutive equations to thermal, fluids and mechanical systems in a logical and discerning manner. The core classes offered in the program address one to several of these areas individually, and the aggregate as a whole. By measuring average aggregate grade performance in the core classes, this goal can be monitored and assessed.
- Identify, formulate, and solve thermal, fluid and mechanical engineering problems by applying first principles, including open-ended problems.
- Use modern modeling and simulation techniques, and computing tools.
- Intro to Finite Elements Analysis in Mechanical Engineering
- Advanced Mechanics of Materials: Intermediate Dynamics
- Advanced Heat Transfer
- Continuum Mechanics
- This program accepts GRE® scores, however, has not provided a recommended or minimum required score range.
The GRE® General Test is a widely administered admissions test that measures the skills needed in today’s graduate and business school programs worldwide. The GRE® General Test contains three sections – Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Analytical Writing. Three scores are reported: a Verbal Reasoning score on a 130 – 170 score scale in one-point increments, a Quantitative Reasoning score on a 130 – 170 score scale in one-point increments, and an Analytical Writing score on a 0 – 6 score scale in half-point increments.
- A baccalaureate degree (or the international equivalent) from an accredited college or university.
- Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended for course credit.
- Standardized test scores (consult the program to which you are applying for particular test requirements).
- Two or more letters of recommendation.
- Application Fee.
- English Proficiency Requirement.
- Other Supporting Materials.
Three types of financial aid are available to qualified graduate students: 1. Teaching Assistantships (TAs) 2. Research Assistantships (RAs) 3. Fellowships and ScholarshipsStudents receiving a Teaching or Research Assistantship must be registered for 6 or more semesterhours of credit during regular semesters and 1 semester hour in a six-week summer session. Lossof the assistantship may occur at any time due to poor academic or work performance.
Detailed Program Facts
Starting in August 2019
You can apply until: 15 May 2019
- For more details please visit program website.