Through our bachelor's and masters's degree programs, the Department of Mechanical Engineering prepares you to work with a diverse group of industries, research laboratories and educational institutions. You may choose to pursue careers in traditional engineering, interdisciplinary areas, research and education or pursue post-graduate education and advanced degrees.
If you are interested in an advanced degree, the Mechanical Engineering Department serves as a host department for the Engineering and Applied Science Doctor of Philosophy.
The bachelor of science in mechanical engineering curriculum begins with a strong emphasis on mathematics, physics and chemistry.
The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a concurrent bachelor’s/master’s degree program.
The master of engineering (MEng) is an interdisciplinary degree program designed to meet the needs of those practicing engineers who wish to follow an integrated program of studies in engineering and allied subjects.
The master of science program builds on the fundamentals of mechanical engineering typically learned in an undergraduate degree program.
The Engineering and Applied Science Ph.D. is a multi-disciplinary degree.