M.S. in Mechanical Engineering - Career & Professional Opportunities

Through Fairfield's M.S. in Mechanical Engineering program, you'll develop skills that can be directly applied to your current or future career, including:

  • Analytical skills
  • Computer aided design and analysis
  • Use and application of latest software engineering tools and application to real engineering
  • Validation, prototyping, and verification of models and simulation
  • Case studies of real engineering product design/development
  • Team working skills
  • Technical report writing skills

Fairfield University's MSME graduates have gone on to diverse professional fields including:

  • Aerospace - design, development, products
  • Quality control and Reliability
  • Project development and management
  • Control systems, materials and mechanics, manufacturing

Graduates hold titles such as:

  • Product engineer
  • Design engineer
  • Development engineer
  • Product manager
  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Quality engineer
  • Reliability engineer
  • Materials engineer
  • Thermal engineer
  • Energy engineer
  • Plant engineer
  • R&D engineer
  • And more!

Learn more about how the University's Career Planning Center can support your post-graduate goals, and how Fairfield's tight-knit alumni network can build career and mentoring opportunities that last a lifetime.