The curriculum in Mechanical Engineering leading to a degree of Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering offers instruction in design, solid and fluid mechanics, materials, manufacturing processes and systems, as well as in engineering, life and physical sciences, humanities, and social sciences. The Mechanical Engineering program offers four concentration areas for students interested in focusing their engineering and technical elective course work. The concentration areas include: Aerospace Engineering; Bioengineering; Mechanics of Materials & Structures; and Sustainable Energy.
An accelerated master's degree program leading to an M.S. in Mechanical Engineering is available to students in all undergraduate options. For specific program requirements press the "Graduate" button above, center.
Courses in the humanities and social sciences are required in engineering programs to broaden the student's understanding of humankind and relationships in society. For more detailed information, please see: