Bachelor of Science in Engineering: Mechanical Engineering

Technology in today’s world moves fast.  Stay up-to-date and competitive in an evolving work force by completing your Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering.

Mechanical engineers design, manufacture, and control machines such as:

  • robots
  • power plants
  • spacecrafts
  • aircrafts
  • automobiles
  • ships

The Bachelor of Science in Engineering will give you a broad understanding of mechanical engineering, while also letting you explore distinct sub-categories through chosen electives.

What kind of career can I expect?

Mechanical engineering graduates may secure employment in almost every type of industry:

  • Aerospace
  • Automotive
  • Manufacturing
  • Biomedical
  • Telecommunications
  • Transportation
  • Consulting
  • Alternative energy
  • Government agencies
  • Research and Development
  • Technical sales

Just a few organizations that have hired our graduates in the past are:

  • Raytheon
  • Arizona Public Service
  • GE Wind
  • General Electric
  • Honeywell
  • General Dynamics
  • Ford Motor Company
  • W. L. Gore
  • Boeing
  • And many others

Courses

Plan your program of study.

View a prerequisite flowchart to see how your prerequisites fit in with the required courses.

Find out what type of electives you can take.

This degree program requires liberal studies courses—find out which ones.