About the School
The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) at Washington State University (WSU) offers Bachelor of Science (BS), Master of Science (MS), and Doctor of Philosophy Degrees (PhD). The School has programs on the main WSU campus in Pullman, in Bremerton at Olympic College and in Everett at the University Center of North Puget Sound. MME has faculty at all three campuses and courses are shared among campuses using videoconference, (AMS). This allows all campuses to offer a large variety of quality courses for all programs
The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering is part of the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture.
The School offers Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering on three campuses, Pullman, Bremerton, and Everett. Bachelor of Science in Materials Science and Engineering is only offered on the Pullman campus.
The School has advanced degree programs in Mechanical Engineering and Material Science and Engineering, visit the Graduate Studies page for full details on these programs.
The Pullman campus offers students the full four year university environment, while the other two campuses offer upper division programs for place bound students. Students at the Bremerton, or Everett campus normally complete the first two years of the programs at local community colleges transferring to WSU for the final two years. The multiple campuses and programs allow us to match the needs of the students with the experiences of our faculty.
You may read the School's Strategic Plan for more details on the future of MME at WSU.
Director's Annual Reports
The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) at Washington State University is committed to delivering a world-class education to our students and engaging in cutting edge research for society’s benefit. We are also committed to continuous improvement, which begins with measuring and tracking various performance indicators for the School. Indicators include such metrics as degrees awarded, enrollment trends, number of faculty, extramural research support, research publications, student scholarships, and student demographics. The purpose of these annual reports is to summarize that data in a concise and meaningful format.
Both the BSMSE and BSME degree programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
On our ABET site you may read about our program self-evaluation and accreditation process.
2016 Enrollment Data:
ME - Enrolled: Full Time 885, Part Time 110, Graduates: 224
MSE - Enrolled: Full Time 113, Part Time 8, Graduates: 15
Detailed enrollment and Graduation data as reported to ASEE for 2016 may be found at these links:
- Enrollment: http://profiles.asee.org/profiles/7426/screen/20?school_name=Washington+State+University
- Graduation: http://profiles.asee.org/profiles/7426/screen/21?school_name=Washington+State+University
Data from previous years is also available at the ASEE web site.
Request new student information
- Bachelor of Science Degree seeking students: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Graduate Degree seeking students: email@example.com.
Write by Mail
- Student Services
School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Washington State University
PO Box 642920
Pullman, WA 99164-2920
- Bachelor of Science Degree seeking students: (509) 335-8582
- Graduate Degree seeking students: (509) 335-4546
Faculty ProfilesOn this visit we highlight:
Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering, Washington State University, 2015. with MME since 2015, more...
- Non-neutral plasmas Manipulation
- Particle-In-Cell Simulation
- Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS), Multi-wafer Bonding
- Positron Storage
- Semisolid Joining and Welding
- Thin Films Deposition, PVD, CVD, ALD.