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Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Science Degree


Mechanical engineering students at the time of graduation should be able to:

  1. Apply science, mathematics and modern engineering tools and techniques to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
  2. Design thermal/fluid, mechanical and electro-mechanical components or systems, individually or on interdisciplinary teams, and effectively communicate those designs in both technical and non-technical forums.
  3. Collect, analyze and interpret data from prescribed and self-designed experimental procedures and formally communicate the results.
  4. Apply a broad-based educational experience to understand the interaction of engineering solutions with contemporary business, economic and social issues.
  5. Recognize that ethical behavior and continuous acquisition of knowledge are fundamental attributes of successful mechanical engineering professionals.
  6. Pass the Fundamentals of Engineering examination.

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