Mechanical Engineering is a broad and versatile field. Concerned with the principles of force, energy and motion, mechanical engineers use their knowledge of design, manufacturing and operational processes to advance the world around us.
Virtually every aspect of life is affected by mechanical engineering.
Mechanical engineers are involved in designing and manufacturing items such as athletic equipment, medical devices, power plants, computers, automobiles and engines, aircraft and space shuttles.
The Mechanical Engineering program offers one major.
Spanning multiple industries, the career opportunities for mechanical engineers are numerous, ranging from large multinational corporations to small local companies. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that mechanical engineers will experience faster than average job growth in numerous sectors, particularly energy fields.
Mechanical Engineering career possibilities include:
Biomedical science in engineering
Electronics and semiconductors
Mechatronics and robotics
Renewable and clean energy, biofuels and electrical power