Earn your master’s in mechanical and materials engineering in one year.
The University of Denver’s one-year MS program in mechanical and materials engineering focuses on in-depth class work and does not require a thesis. You can develop your skills and credentials and return to your career as quickly as possible.
You’ll learn in a new 110,000-square-foot facility, home of the Daniel Felix Ritchie School of Computer Science, offering some of the most up-to-date laboratories and classrooms you can find on an engineering campus.
If you’re interested in cross-disciplinary work, you can incorporate coursework in electrical or computer engineering or even business.
Request information to learn more about the one-year, class-only MS in mechanical and materials engineering.
About the program
About the Dean
JB Holston, recently named dean of the Ritchie School, brings a new energy and sense of entrepreneurship to the program. Holston comes into his role with 25 years of experience as a senior executive at Fortune 500 firms, a venture capitalist, and an entrepreneur of six highly successful startups. Read a Q&A with Dean Holston.
For more information about the program, contact Matt Gordon, chair of the mechanical and materials engineering department, at firstname.lastname@example.org.