Online Programs

Both the MSME and MSE degrees are available online, enabling students to earn their degrees while working full-time. High-quality recordings of course lectures are available via live webcast or shortly after the lecture concludes, and online students receive the exact same content (i.e., lectures, assignments, exams, and evaluation) as students taking their courses on-campus. Homework and exams can be completed remotely. The online MSE and MSME are ideal for industry professionals who wish to complete their degrees on a part-time basis, with most students enrolling in one or two courses per quarter and pursuing all-coursework tracks. At this rate, students typically complete their degrees in three to four years.

Applications to the online MS programs are accepted during any quarter. International applicants are welcome to apply; however, the University of Washington will not issue F-1 or J-1 visas to students in the online MSE or MSME degree programs. International students are solely responsible for any and all documentation necessary to enter or remain in the United States.

Application procedure

The steps for applying for online master's programs are the same as those for the on-campus programs. Applications must be submitted through the . The application will lead you through the required steps. See more details on Application Procedure.


Courses in the online MSE and MSME degrees are taught by the Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mathematics departments and cover a range of topics including analysis, composites, computing, controls, dynamics, fluids, heat transfer, machining, materials, thermodynamics, and vibrations, among others.

An example list of available online courses is below. Actual course availability may vary. At any time, potential students may contact Kate Gayle, academic advisor for the online MS programs, at megrad@uw.edu万博水晶宫水 with questions about current and upcoming online course availability and topics.

– Corrosion and Surface Treatment of Materials – Finite Element Analysis
– Introduction to Composite Materials and Design – Modern Manufacturing Processes
– Continuum Mechanics – Advanced Energy Conservation Systems
– Incompressible Fluid Mechanics – Thermodynamics
– Computational Techniques in Mechanical Engineering – Linear Systems Theory
– Nonlinear Optimal Control – Introduction to Fracture Mechanics
– Mechanical Engineering Analysis I – Mechanical Engineering Analysis II
– Digital Control System Design – Dynamics and Vibrations
– Vector Calculus and Complex Variables – Optimization: Fundamentals and Applications
– Scientific Computing – Computational Methods for Data Analysis
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