Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering curriculum offers courses in the basic sciences, mathematics and engineering sciences. Extensive practice is given to students in applying principles and fundamental knowledge to engineering analysis, design and experimentation. Elective sequences are available in applied mechanics, energy systems, manufacturing engineering and aerospace engineering. This program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org. See the Undergraduate Program Handbook for more information.

Applied Mechanics is concerned with the motion and causal effects of forces on this motion. Engineers in this area apply principles of mechanics to the study, design and development of systems and components, which transmit, motion, forces, power or any combination of these.

Energy Systems use reciprocating and rotating engines, which utilize gas combustion, steam pressure, or nuclear energy solar energy to generate power which is transmitted through shaft motion. This shaft power may be used in power plants to generate electrical power or it may be used to drive the wheels in ground transportation vehicles or to drive the propellers and turbine blades in airplanes and jet engines.

Manufacturing Engineering includes systematic planning, design and arrangement of processing methods and equipment so that a product may be manufactured economically. Computers have had a tremendous impact in this area. Computer-aided design and manufacturing has revolutionized both the workplace and the engineer's work.

Aerospace Engineering is the study of the motion of planes, missiles, satellites and rockets.

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Meet Bison STEM Scholar Ameen Muhammad

Mon, November 18, 2019

A Baltimore native, Mechanical Engineering Junior Ameen Muhammad developed an interest in mechanical engineering when he was in middle school. At the time, he noticed that the engineers he met during school field trips did not look like him. Muhammad became extremely curious as to why he did not meet any engineers of color. This curiosity later developed into a passion for helping to diversify the field of engineering. Read More >>

Professor Naren Vira Named ASME Fellow

Thu, February 7, 2019

Mechanical Engineering Professor Naren Vira has been elected Fellow of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), after nomination by Mechanical Engineering Department Chair Nadir Yilmaz. Read More >>

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