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Mechanical Concentration

engineering-programs2-s14.jpgMechanical engineering is an incredibly diverse field that encompasses heat transfer, energy conversion, kinematics, vibrations, materials, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics – and many other areas! It has a long and fascinating history: Starting with Newton’s Principia, the fundamental principles of mechanical engineering have resulted in remarkable inventions that have changed the world. From the steam engine to the refrigeration cycle to the intricacies of watch mechanisms to the remarkable properties of various composite materials, the achievements of mechanical engineers have improved our lives dramatically.

Engineers who work in this area often work on things in motion, including roller coasters and prosthetic devices and microscopic particles. They like to invent things by thinking outside of the box, dreaming up smarter robots, faster cars, and ways to make drinking water safer and more accessible. Mechanical engineers help shape the future by using their imagination and knowledge to address the very real challenges of our complex world.

Concentration Courses – 14 hours

  • EGR 320 – Mechanics of Materials
  • EGR 352 – Mechanical Engineering Laboratory
  • EGR 355 – Thermo-fluid Dynamics II
  • EGR 455 – Energy Conversion
  • EGR 456 – Machine and Mechanism Theory and Design
  • EGR 240 – Fundamentals of ME I: Mechanics
  • EGR 250 – Fundamentals of ME II: Thermo-fluid Dynamics II

Sophomore-level Fundamentals Courses – 7 hours

  • EGR 240 – Fundamentals of ME I: Mechanics
  • EGR 250 – Fundamentals of ME II: Thermo-fluid Dynamics II
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