Mechanical EngineeringBachelor of Science

Designing your future.

Do you have a knack for understanding how things work? Put that skill to use with a Mechanical Engineering degree. Learn how to build machines that power our world and discover the secrets to designing systems for the workplace of the future.

Start your future in mechanical engineering.

Program Highlights

Real-world knowledge. Supportive learning.

Mechanical engineering offers numerous career opportunities. With this degree, students can find employment within countless engineering-related fields.

Academic Resources

Access to library and academic support services

Interactive Classrooms

Collaborative instruction in interactive classroom environments

Passionate Faculty

Accessible educators with real-world experience and expertise

Hands-On Experience

Hands-on labs in material science and solid mechanics, fluids and heat transfers, instrumentation, circuits and a senior project

Networking

Networking opportunities with alumni and business professionals

Career Services

Helpful career guidance

Program Outcomes

Below are program outcomes for the Mechanical Engineering degree:

  • Demonstrate ability to solve problems using the principles of Fluid Mechanics.
  • Demonstrate ability to solve problems using the principles of Thermodynamics/Heat Transfer.
  • Demonstrate ability to solve problems using the principles of Mechanics of Materials.
  • Demonstrate ability to solve real world problems using Engineering concepts.

Featured Faculty

Roja Esmaeeli

Dr. Roja Esmaeeli

  • Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
  • Ph.D., University of Akron
Teresa Miller

Dr. Teresa Miller

  • Assistant Professor and Program Director of Mechanical Engineering
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
  • B.A., University of Texas, Austin; M.S., Ph.D., Wichita State University
Nora Strasser

Dr. Nora Strasser

  • Professor of Mathematics; Division Chair of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
  • Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
  • B.S., M.A., University of South Dakota; Ed.D., Nova Southeastern University

Start your future in mechanical engineering.

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