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

See the research being done by Bradley Davidson, associate professor of mechanical engineering. He uses sensors to test the biomechanics of skiing in real-world conditions on the slopes.

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About the Dean

holston-jb-headshotJB 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.

Contact Us

For more information about the program, contact Matt Gordon, chair of the mechanical and materials engineering department, at matthew.gordon@du.edu.