Engineering Mechanics

We build systems and devices that define our world.

Mechanical engineering provides undergraduates with an exceptionally strong education through instruction by world-class faculty and access to cutting-edge research. Our program is built upon engineering fundamentals but also incorporates cutting-edge techniques and technologies

Our mechanical engineering students are exposed to many exciting career possibilities, including robotics, aerospace, advanced manufacturing, biomechanics, and energy systems.


MechE Undergraduate Seminar

This is a series of weekly seminars that inform you about careers in mechanical engineering and gives the space to discuss technological, social, ethical, legal, and economic issues relevant to the profession.

Gateway Computing: Matlab

This course introduces fundamental programming concepts and techniques. You’ll deploy programming to develop working solutions that address problems in engineering, science, and other areas of contemporary interest.

Introduction to Fluid Mechanics

This course introduces the fundamental mathematical tools and physical insight you need to approach realistic fluid flow problems in engineering systems. The class emphasizes mathematical formulation, engineering applications, and problem solving.