Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Thank you for your interest in our graduate program. The department offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in mechanical and aerospace engineering. Our faculty members have achieved national and international recognitions in diverse areas of research and scholarship. In addition to their research accomplishments, the faculty members are deeply dedicated to teaching and mentoring. We offer an outstanding selection of courses that combine fundamentals with the latest technological advances in a variety of fields.
We aim to provide a superb educational experience that stimulates knowledge, discovery, creativity and technology development. You will work with some of the brightest minds in the world, in cutting-edge experimental and computational facilities. And you could not think of a better place to spend this most creative time of your life than in beautiful Irvine, California.
Please browse the links in this page to learn some of the basics of graduate study and research in our department. Detailed information on our program is available in the university catalogue.
Prospective and Incoming Students
The Department has several sources of financial support for highly qualified students. These include fellowships, research assistantships, and teaching assistantships.
In addition, a large number of external competitive fellowships/awards are available for students meeting the criteria of the sponsoring organization. Graduate students are urged to be proactive in seeking these sources of support, including:
- Master of Science Degree Requirements
- MS Plan of Study Form is due during the first Quarter of your MS program
- Ph.D. Degree Requirements
- Catalogue Description of Graduate Program
- UCI Searchable Schedule of Classes
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Samueli School of Engineering
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697-3975
Official transcripts should be sent to Louise Yeager
Graduate Admissions Faculty Contact (Incoming Students)
Professor Donald Dabdub
Graduate Studies Adviser (Current Students)
Professor Roger Rangel