Mechanical engineering students gain expert knowledge of the design and manufacture of mechanical systems and thermal devices/processes. Courses focus on the principles of motion, energy, and force. Some of the courses in the ME curriculum are Statics and Mechanics of Materials, Mechanical Design, Electrical Circuits, Material Structure and Properties, Kinematics of Machinery, Heat Transfer, Kinetics, Applied Thermodynamics, Applied Fluid Dynamics, and Thermal Systems Design. Mechanical Engineers work in fields including engines and control systems for automobiles and aircraft, medical devices, consumer products like computers and athletic equipment, and electrical power plants.
Bachelor of Science in Engineering in Mechanical Engineering
Learn the skills needed to demonstrate successful application of mechanical engineering knowledge and skills for industry, public sector organizations or their profession.
Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering
Engage with skill-building coursework to excel in the field of mechanical engineering.
Doctor of Philosophy in Mechanical Engineering
Develop the skills for the rigorous career demands of engineering research either in the industrial or academic fields.