Mechanical engineers apply hands-on physics to model, analyze, and design mechanical and energy systems such as automobiles, aircraft, ships, heating and cooling systems, prosthetics, robots, household appliances, or industrial equipment and machinery.
What’s different? You'll get individual attention from your professors in rigorous, small classes. This degree can be completed in four years at SPU. You'll learn to think critically and solve quandaries through multiple, extended hands-on projects.
Accredited? Yes, the Mechanical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, as you would expect.
This major leads to a bachelor of science degree.
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Here are three suggested course sequence flow charts for the Mechanical Engineering BS: for transfers with AS-T2 or DTA degree, for students starting with calculus.