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Mechanical Engineering

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME)

Mechanical Engineering with Concentration in Acoustics
Mechanical Engineering with Concentration in Manufacturing

In our College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, you can major in Mechanical Engineering with concentrations in either Acoustics or Manufacturing.

The ABET accredited Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in acoustics prepares you to make a vital impact on designing and building machines that are free of disturbing and excessive noise.  You will take the traditional BSME program courses and then focus your upper level studies on acoustical courses such as Sound Technology, Vibrations, Noise Control Design and Transducer, Sensors and Computer Interfacing. 

The ABET accredited Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in manufacturing offers up-to-date study of technologies in materials, fabrication, and Computer Aided Design (CAD) that help manufacturers increase productivity and cost-effectiveness.  You will take traditional mechanical engineering courses and then focus your upper level studies in courses such as Manufacturing Processes, Quality Control Concepts, Statistical Quality Control, Mechanical Metallurgy, Manufacturing Seminar, Reliability Engineering, Manufacturing Control and Planning, and Design for Process Quality Control.

These programs in the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering are both accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), 111 Market Place, Suite 1050, Baltimore, MD 21202; 410.347.7700.

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Matt Plakunov, a mechanical engineering major in the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture, talks about designing a race car fuel-injection system with the University's Formula SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers)team.
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