BS Degree Program
The Mechanical Engineering BS degree program, accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org, combines in depth studies with lab and project experience to give students the knowledge and skills needed to launch successful careers or prepare for graduate studies. Students can choose to do an Aerospace Emphasis, or select technical electives from different areas within Mechanical Engineering to round out their BS degree studies.
Program Educational Objectives:
- Graduates will succeed in entry-level engineering positions with mechanical or aerospace firms in regional, national, or international industries, as well as with government agencies.
- Graduates will succeed in the pursuit of advanced degrees in engineering or other fields where a solid foundation in mathematics, science, and engineering fundamentals is required.
Additional information about this degree can be found here.
Contact the College of Engineering Advising Center for answers to questions about admissions requirements, transfer credits, and requirements for the Mechanical Engineering BS degree, as well as to schedule an appointment with one of the MAE Undergraduate Advisors. Phone (435) 797-2705, or email Engineering.firstname.lastname@example.org.