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Mechanical Engineering BSME Degree

Gain a Gateway to an Array of Engineering Careers

A bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering is a gateway to a career in a broad range of industries from aerospace, biomechanics and power generation to robotics and beyond. When you complete your bachelor of science in mechanical engineering at The University of Texas at Tyler, you will be part of a program known for its student-focused, hands-on approach to engineering education.

  • Earn your degree in a mechanical engineering program that is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
  • Study in top-notch facilities that include state-of-the-art science and technology equipment and labs.

Graduates of the mechanical engineering program work in organizations ranging from large corporations to government offices. Many graduates go on to earn their master’s degree in mechanical engineering.

Here's a partial list of companies and organizations employing our graduates: Trane, Carrier, Air Rover, General Dynamics, General Electric, Schlumberger, Lockheed Martin, Orion Pipeline, NASA, VME Process and Texas Instruments.

Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering: Blending Theory & Practice.

  • Enroll in a program that stresses strong professional knowledge, critical thinking, teamwork and communication skills.
  • Study in a department that received funding from the National Science Foundation to develop excellent educational materials and facilities. UT Tyler serves as a model to other institutions developing mechanical engineering programs.
  • Build relationships with other engineering students and professionals in the field through student membership in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).

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Mechanical Engineering Courses: Technology. Design. Development.

Mechanical Engineering Faculty: Active Researchers. Dedicated Educators.

--Learn in a student-centered environment led by professors who provide mentoring and help you reach your career goals.

--Study with faculty members who have published their research on such topics as High Frequency Performance of Nonlinear Stress Grading Systems; Closed-form Solutions for Fourth-Order Isoparametric Tetrahedral Elements; and Design and Fabrication of a Microfluidic Pressure Inverter.

--Participate in a program led by professors who have been awarded grants for such projects as the design and development of a microfluidic pressure inverter; and Discovering the Barriers to STEM Careers: A Sequential Mixed Methods Approach.

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