There are different procedures for students who enter the Ph.D. program without an M.S., with an M.S. from another school, and with a UW MSME or MSE degree. These differences affect the curriculum prior to and timing of the qualifying exam.
A schedule of qualifying and final examinations for individual graduate students including dates and locations.
Graduate students can focus their studies on one of several subject areas:
- Controls, Mechatronics & Robotics
- Design for Environment
- Dynamics & Vibrations
- Fluid Mechanics/Microfluidics
- Mechanics, Materials & Manufacturing
Forms for thesis options, master's to Ph.D. application, special projects, and petitions.
Guidelines on available desks, priority of assignment, frequency of reassignment, and procedures for requesting and reassigning desks.
The ME Graduate Student Association (MEGA) is run by students in the ME department. MEGA provides social and mentoring opportunities and represents the needs of graduate students throughout the department.