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Graduate Programs


All Graduate Programs are listed in the University of Maine Graduate Catalog.

For more information on enrollment, please go online to: http://www.umaine.edu/graduate/enrollment-information

Professional Science Masters in Engineering and Business- New!

The Professional Science Masters (PSM) in Engineering and Business is intended for students who have a B.S. in engineering or engineering technology who want to advance into management positions.  The degree combines advanced engineering and business courses with applied field experience.  The applied field experience integrates the new skills learned by the student with their needs and the needs of their employer.  There are tracks in structures/engineering mechanics and aeronautics.  Additional tracks will be added.

For More Information on the PSM, Contact:
Dana N. Humphrey, Ph.D., P.E.
Dean of Engineering
College of Engineering
207-581-2217
danah@maine.edu

Master of Science and Ph.D. Programs
Apply Today Online through the Grad School Online Application.

  • Chemical Engineering
  • Bioengineering
    The Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering has well established graduate programs for M.S. in Chemical Engineering, M.S. in Biological Engineering, and Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. External research support are from various industrial sponsors and government funding agencies, including the National Science Foundation, the Petroleum Research Fund, the Departments of Energy and Agriculture and the Environmental Protection Agency.How to Apply:  Application for admission should be submitted as soon as possible and at least three months in advance of the proposed starting date.For online application information and material, please visit  the UMaine Graduate School, which set the admission procedures for graduate study. Application may be submitted to the Graduate School electronically.
  • Civil Engineering
    The Civil and Environmental Engineering Department is proud of its prestigious graduate program, known nationwide.Graduate Students

    Specializations

    • Structural Engineering and Mechanics
    • Transportation & Geotechnical  Engineering
    • Environmental and Water Resources Engineering
    • Spatial Engineering Technology
  • Computer Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
    Thesis and non-thesis options are available for the M.S. Computer Engineering. For a non-thesis degree, a minimum of 30 semester hours of course work is required. Thesis options require 30 credit hours of which six credits of ECE699 shall be devoted to individual study with a member of the graduate faculty. This work must culminate in the preparation of a written thesis on a significant problem of common interest, and an oral defense of the thesis. To obtain a masters degree in Computer Engineering, a student must have at least a GPA of 3.0 for all courses taken as a graduate student.
  • Mechanical Engineering
    The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a Master of Science and Ph.D.  in the fields of thermal-fluid science and engineering mechanics. Admission is based on an appropriate baccalaureate degree and the requirements of the Graduate School. Persons holding a bachelor’s degree in another engineering discipline or in a science may be admitted. In such cases it may be required that some undergraduate courses be taken without graduate credit.

Doctor of Philosophy