Earn your Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering at WSU Tri‑Cities
ApplicationStudents must apply for admission to the Pullman campus. However, by selecting a WSU-Tri-Cities resident faculty member as adviser, a student may complete all the requirements of the program by staying at the Tri-Cities campus. Please contact Helen Berry, by calling 509.372.7394 or sending e-mails to email@example.com to learn more about this Ph.D. program.
- A minimum of 72 credit hours distributed as follows (Additional details are given in the Graduate School Policies and Procedures at www.gradsch.wsu.edu):
Number of Credit Hours
Graded graduate coursework:
Math 540 or equivalent
500-level ME or MSE courses
courses approved by advisor
CE 800 (dissertation)
- Successful completion of a preliminary examination, including a research proposal and an oral exam, prepared and administered by the student’s Advisory Committee one or two semesters before semester of final defense.
- A dissertation, approved by the student’s Advisory Committee, based on the research conducted as part of the graduate program.
- A final examination and defense of the Dissertation.
For more information, refer to the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Graduate Student Handbook, www.mme.wsu.edu/grad/info/Handbook~2013-2014~final_revised%2011-27-13.pdf, and the Washington State University Graduate School Policies & Procedures Manual, gradschool.wsu.edu/Documents/PDF/PoliciesAndProceduresManual%202013-2014%20(Fall2013)_Formatted.pdf.