Mechanical EngineeringMechanical EngineeringThe Department of Mechanical Engineering offers three graduate degreeprograms: the Master of Engineering (M.Eng), the Master of Science(M.S.), and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.).Master of Engineering (M.Eng)This accelerated Masters of Engineering Program has been designedin collaboration with several other departments in the College ofEngineering for the purpose of developing professional leaders whounderstand the technical, environmental, economic, and social issuesinvolved in Mechanical Engineering. It is supported by the College ofEngineering's Coleman Fung Institute for Engineering Leadership.For more information about this interdisciplinary program, please seethe Fung Institute Website (http://funginstitute.berkeley.edu/).There are full-time and part-time options for pursuing this program.Master of Science (M.S.)already have academic graduate degrees should be able to pursue newsubject matter at an advanced level without the need to enroll in a relatedor similar graduate program.Programs may consider students for an additional academic master’s orprofessional master’s degree only if the additional degree is in a distinctlydifferent field.Applicants admitted to a doctoral program that requires a master’s degreeto be earned at Berkeley as a prerequisite (even though the applicantalready has a master’s degree from another institution in the same ora closely allied field of study) will be permitted to undertake the secondmaster’s degree, despite the overlap in field.The Graduate Division will admit students for a second doctoral degreeonly if they meet the following guidelines:1. Applicants with doctoral degrees may be admitted for an additionaldoctoral degree only if that degree program is in a general area ofknowledge distinctly different from the field in which they earned theiroriginal degree. For example, a physics PhD could be admitted to adoctoral degree program in music or history; however, a student witha doctoral degree in mathematics would not be permitted to add aPhD in statistics.The MS degree can be earned only in conjunction with a Ph.D. (forthe MS/PhD option) as application for the terminal M.S. is currentlypaused. Degrees are granted after completion of a program of studythat emphasizes the application of the natural sciences to the analysisand solution of engineering problems. Advanced courses in engineering,math, and the sciences are normally included in a program thatincorporates the engineering systems approach for the analysis ofproblems.Applicants may apply only to one single degree program or oneconcurrent degree program per admission cycle.Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)Required Documents for ApplicationsThis degree can be completed in conjunction with a master of sciencedegree or alone. Degrees are granted after completion of programsof study that emphasize the application of the natural sciences to theanalysis and solution of engineering problems. Advanced courses inmathematics, chemistry, physics, and the life sciences are normallyincluded in a program that incorporates the engineering systemsapproach for the analysis of problems.Admission to the UniversityMinimum Requirements for AdmissionThe following minimum requirements apply to all graduate programs andwill be verified by the Graduate Division:1. A bachelor’s degree or recognized equivalent from an accreditedinstitution;2. A grade point average of B or better (3.0);3. If the applicant comes from a country or political entity (e.g., Quebec)where English is not the official language, adequate proficiency inEnglish to do graduate work, as evidenced by a TOEFL score ofat least 90 on the iBT test, 570 on the paper-and-pencil test, or anIELTS Band score of at least 7 on a 9-point scale (note that individualprograms may set higher levels for any of these); and4. Sufficient undergraduate training to do graduate work in the givenfield.Applicants Who Already Hold a Graduate DegreeThe Graduate Council views academic degrees not as vocational trainingcertificates, but as evidence of broad training in research methods,independent study, and articulation of learning. Therefore, applicants who12. Applicants who hold the PhD degree may be admitted to aprofessional doctorate or professional master’s degree program ifthere is no duplication of training involved.1. Transcripts: Applicants may upload unofficial transcripts with yourapplication for the departmental initial review. If the applicant isadmitted, then official transcripts of all college-level work will berequired. Official transcripts must be in sealed envelopes as issuedby the school(s) attended. If you have attended Berkeley, uploadyour unofficial transcript with your application for the departmentalinitial review. If you are admitted, an official transcript with evidenceof degree conferral will not be required.2. Letters of recommendation: Applicants may request online lettersof recommendation through the online application system. Hardcopies of recommendation letters must be sent directly to theprogram, not the Graduate Division.3. Evidence of English language proficiency: All applicants fromcountries or political entities in which the official language is notEnglish are required to submit official evidence of English languageproficiency. This applies to applicants from Bangladesh, Burma,Nepal, India, Pakistan, Latin America, the Middle East, the People’sRepublic of China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Southeast Asia, mostEuropean countries, and Quebec (Canada). However, applicantswho, at the time of application, have already completed at least oneyear of full-time academic course work with grades of B or better at aUS university may submit an official transcript from the US universityto fulfill this requirement. The following courses will not fulfill thisrequirement: courses in English as a Second Language, courses conducted in a language other than English, courses that will be completed after the application is submitted,and courses of a non-academic nature.
2Mechanical EngineeringIf applicants have previously been denied admission to Berkeley onthe basis of their English language proficiency, they must submitnew test scores that meet the current minimum from one of thestandardized tests. Official TOEFL score reports must be sentdirectly from Educational Test Services (ETS). The institution codefor Berkeley is 4833. Official IELTS score reports must be maileddirectly to our office from the British Council. TOEFL and IELTSscore reports are only valid for two years. Five courses in your major, all of which must be letter-graded. Three courses in your First Outside ME Minor (only 1 of thesecourses can be taken with the Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory optionrather than letter graded). Two courses in your Inside ME or 2must be letter-graded.ndOutside ME Minor, all of which Two courses to support your major or one minor.Where to ApplyPlease note that 2/3 of the courses counted towards your degree must beletter-graded.Visit the Berkeley Graduate Division application page minary ExaminationFive years or 10 semesters.This written exam covers undergraduate coursework in their major field.Those students who do not have an exam in their major field must selectone of the other available exams.Minimum Number of Units to Complete DegreeQualifying Examination36 semester units.The intent of the qualifying examination is to ascertain the breadth of thestudent’s comprehension in at least three subject areas related to themajor field of study, and to determine whether the student has the abilityto think incisively and critically about the theoretical and the practicalaspects of these areas. The examination may consider a number ofacademic points of view and the criteria by which they may be evaluated.Normative TimeMinimum Units Required in Order to Be Registered Each SemesterAs a graduate student in ME, each student must enroll in 15 units eachsemester.Maximum Amount of Independent Study Units (298, 299, 300 andAbove)Independent course units are not counted towards the 36 semester unitsneeded to graduate. The maximum of these units you can enroll persemester are listed below. 298s: 8 units 299s: 12 units 300s: 6 units 600s: 8 unitsMaximum Number of Courses that Can Be Transferred TowardsDegreeStudents can transfer up to two courses from another school towards thePhD.Advancement to CandidacyAll students must complete the advancement to candidacy applicationdirectly after passing their qualifying exam.PhD DissertationFiling your doctoral dissertation at the Graduate Division is one of thefinal steps leading to the award of your graduate degree. Your manuscriptis a scholarly presentation of the results of the research you conducted.Dissertations are required of all students.PhD Candidate SeminarEach student must present their dissertation findings in a public seminarwith at least one member of their dissertation committee present. Theseminar must take place prior to the end of the semester in which youreceive your degree.GSI/ME 300-Level Course RequirementEach student must either serve as a graduate student instructor (GSI) forat least one semester or have taken a 300-level course on teaching.Minimum Grade Point Averages (GPAs)All students are required to have the following minimum grade pointaverages: 3.5 in Major 3.0 in MinorsFor more detailed information, please refer to the following book/chapter-7phd-doctorate-degree y.edu/policy/degrees-policy/Note: The MS degree can be earned only in conjunction with a Ph.D.(for the MS/PhD option) as application for the terminal M.S. is currentlypaused temporarily.Required EmphasesPlan IIEach student must declare one major area as well as two minors. At leastone minor is required to be outside of the department. The minor fieldsare required to broaden the base of the studies and lend support to themajor field as well as the dissertation research.Normative TimeRequired Number of Courses24 semester units.One and a half years or three semesters.Minimum Number of Units To Complete Degree
Mechanical EngineeringCourse Restriction: Must be either in 200 series or 100 elective upperdivision seriesMinimum Number of Mechanical Engineering Units12 Semester Units (must be in 200 series and letter-graded with theexception of the optional 4 units of ME 299 that can be included in the12).Minimum Units To Be Registered Each SemesterAs a graduate student in ME, each student must enroll in15 Semesterunits each semester.Maximum Amount of Independent Study Units (298, 299, 300 AndAbove)The semester enrollment restrictions for independent study courses areas follows: 298s: 8 units 299s: 12 units 300s: 6 unitsPlease note that only 4 semester units of 299 can be counted towards the24 unit total requirement.Minimum Required Number of Units in Major Field Area (E.g.Bioeng, Controls, Etc.)12 semester units from 200 or 100 upper division series.Maximum Number of Units Transferable Towards the Master’sDegreeA master’s student may transfer up to 4 semester units or 6 quarter unitsof course work completed as a graduate student at another institution.Advancement To CandidacyIf the MS is the student’s terminal degree, students should apply foradvancement to candidacy in their second semester.Oral Presentation and Final ReportAn oral presentation and a written report are required. All committeemembers are required to be members of the Berkeley Division of theAcademic Senate.3Minimum Number of Units to Complete Degree25 semester units.Course restriction: must be in 200 series.Minimum Number of Mechanical Engineering Units in Area ofConcentration12 semester units (must be in 200 series and letter-graded). Onlycourses with a C- or better can count towards graduate requirements.Minimum Grade Point Averages (GPAs)All students are required to have a minimum overall grade point averageof 3.0.Minimum Units You Are Required to Take in Order to Be RegisteredEach SemesterFull-time graduate students must enroll in 12 Semester units eachsemester.Maximum Number of Units Transferable Towards Master's ofEngineering DegreeA master of engineering student may petition to transfer up to 4 semesterunits or 6 quarter units of 200-level courses completed as a graduatestudent at another UC campus.Advancement To CandidacyStudents should apply for advancement to candidacy at the beginning oftheir second semester.Comprehensive Leadership and TechnicalExamA student must pass a comprehensive leadership exam and acomprehensive technical exam to receive their MEng degree.Concentrations Advanced Energy Technology Biomechanics Control of Robotic and Autonomous Systems Fluids and Ocean Mems/Nano Mechanics and DynamicsFor more detailed information, please see the following websites: Modeling & Simulation of Advanced Manufacturing Processes Product book/chapter-5-msmaster-science-degree keley.edu/policy/degrees-policy/Please note that the requirements above are for the Plan II MS Degree(which the majority of our students choose). If you are interested inthe Plan I requirements, please see -master-science-degree-requirements-plan-i ative TimeNine months or two semesters.Courses RequiredApproved individualized study list per student’s interest inconcentration area, including the courses below:ENGIN 270AOrganizational Behavior for Engineers1ENGIN 270BR&D Technology Management & Ethics1ENGIN 270CTeaming & Project Management1Choose ENGIN 270D or ENGIN 270EENGIN 270DEntrepreneurship for Engineers1ENGIN 270ETechnology Strategy & Industry Analysis1Choose ENGIN 270F or ENGIN 270GENGIN 270FData Analytics1ENGIN 270GMarketing & Product Management1
4Mechanical EngineeringENGIN 270HAccounting & Finance for Engineers1ENGIN 296MAMaster of Engineering Capstone Project3ENGIN 296MBMaster of Engineering Capstone Project2ENGIN 295Communications for Engineering Leaders ( 1 unitin fall and 1 unit in spring )1For more detailed information, please refer to the following ical EngineeringExpand all course descriptions [ ]Collapse all course descriptions [-]MEC ENG C200 Design, Evaluate, and ScaleDevelopment Technologies 3 UnitsTerms offered: Fall 2020, Fall 2019, Spring 2019, Fall 2018This required course for the Designated Emphasis in DevelopmentEngineering will include projects and case studies, many related toprojects at UC Berkeley, such as those associated with the DevelopmentImpact Labs (DIL). Student teams will work with preliminary data to definethe problem. They will then collect and analyze interview and surveydata from potential users and begin to design a solution. Students willexplore how to use novel monitoring technologies and “big data” forproduct improvement and evaluation. The student teams will use thecase studies (with improvements based on user feedback and dataanalysis) to develop a plan for scaling and evaluation with a rigorouscontrolled trial.Design, Evaluate, and Scale Development Technologies: Read More [ ]Objectives & OutcomesCourse Objectives: Students will use multiple qualitative andquantitative methods to learn about user needs, to come up with newconcepts and solutions, and to understand how new products andservices achieve or fail to achieve their goals in a development setting.Student Learning Outcomes: Students will be able to apply the skills tocurrent challenges in development engineeringStudents will develop a set of skills that will allow them to flourishin a climate of complex problem solving and design challenges indevelopment engineeringStudents will learn how to learn from users using qualitative andquantitative tools including surveys, interviews, new monitoringtechnologies, statistical analyses and experimental designsStudents will learn to participate in and lead innovation and creativity incollaborative settingsHours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture per weekAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Mechanical Engineering/GraduateGrading: Letter grade.Instructors: Agogino, LevineAlso listed as: DEV ENG C200Design, Evaluate, and Scale Development Technologies: Read Less [-]MEC ENG C201 Modeling and Simulation ofAdvanced Manufacturing Processes 3 UnitsTerms offered: Spring 2021, Spring 2020, Spring 2019This course provides the student with a modern introduction to the basicindustrial practices, modeling techniques, theoretical background, andcomputational methods to treat classical and cutting edge manufacturingprocesses in a coherent and self-consistent manner.Modeling and Simulation of Advanced Manufacturing Processes: ReadMore [ ]Objectives & OutcomesCourse Objectives: An introduction to modeling and simulation ofmodern manufacturing processes.Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: An undergraduate course in strength of materials or 122Hours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3 hours of lecture and 1 hour ofdiscussion per weekAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Mechanical Engineering/GraduateGrading: Letter grade.Instructor: ZohdiAlso listed as: MAT SCI C286/NUC ENG C226Modeling and Simulation of Advanced Manufacturing Processes: ReadLess [-]
Mechanical EngineeringMEC ENG C202 Computational Design ofMultifunctional/Multiphysical CompositeMaterials 3 UnitsTerms offered: Spring 2012The course is self-contained and is designed in an interdisciplinarymanner for graduate students in engineering, materials science, physics,and applied mathematics who are interested in methods to acceleratethe laboratory analysis and design of new materials. Examples drawprimarily from various mechanical, thermal, diffusive, and electromagneticapplications.Computational Design of Multifunctional/Multiphysical CompositeMaterials: Read More [ ]Rules & RequirementsPrerequisites: An undergraduate degree in the applied sciences orengineeringHours & FormatFall and/or spring: 15 weeks - 3-3 hours of lecture and 0-1 hours ofdiscussion per weekAdditional DetailsSubject/Course Level: Mechanical Engineering/GraduateGrading: Letter grade.Instructor: ZohdiAlso listed as: MAT SCI C287Computational Design of Multifunctional/Multiphysical CompositeMaterials: Read Less [-]5MEC ENG 203 Nanoscale Processing ofMaterials 3 UnitsTerms offered: Fall 2019This course surveys sub-micrometer pattern-transfer techniques andmethods for handling materials with one or more sub-micrometerdimensions. The optical and mechanical principles underlying a spectrumof candidate lithography techniques are introduced, and extensiveexamples of industrial applications are discussed. Class material alsocovers techniques for assembling structures from zero-, one- and twodimensional materials including nanoparticles, nanotubes, nanowires,and single- and few-atomic-layer sheets of van der Waals solids such asgraphene and molybdenite.Nanoscale Processing of Materials: Read More [ ]Objectives & OutcomesCourse Objectives: The objectives of the course are to: Make students aware of current capabilities and innovations in submicrometer lithography and in the handling of nanoscale materials; Equip students to select an appropriate lithography or processingtechnique for a given application from among multiple alternatives; Provide students with an understanding of the transformations of materialthat occur in sub-micrometer lithography techniques, such that they canunderstand why certain processing routes might be preferable to othersfor particular applications.Student Learning Outcomes: Articulate the key requirements (i.e. resolution, maximum d
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