The School of Engineering offers the Master of Science in Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering degree. The program utilizes the faculty and research facilities of the Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering to expose students to advanced and emerging technologies in mechanical and nuclear engineering. Research thrusts in the department include but are not limited to smart materials, micro/nanotechnology, energy conversion systems, sensors, aerosol science, nuclear engineering, fluid mechanics, medical devices, robotics and biomechanics. Distance learners enrolled in this program can take courses on-line and earn an M.S. in Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering by successfully completing ten courses.