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Fall 2021 MECH Course Formats | Face-to-Face, Online, or Hybrid

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Note: some courses that satisfy degree and concentration requirements may be available online. For most up-to-date information regarding online course offerings, visit


B.S. Mechanical Engineering

The bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering offers a curriculum that combines classroom learning with engineering practice. A broad spectrum of coursework is available for learning the fundamentals of engineering science, analysis, and design. State-of-the-art labs provide unmatched, hands-on experience to students through design and research projects.

129 credits. 

B.S. Biomedical Engineering + Mechanical Engineering
(Dual Bachelor of Science)

The dual bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering and mechanical engineering draws students interested in applying mechanical engineering principles to biological systems. Students analyze and design devices such as exercise equipment, prosthetic limbs, and exoskeletons that work outside the body to enhance functionality of the body externally; or work with orthopaedic implants or biocompatible materials that work inside the body to enhance or replace bone or soft tissues.

157 credits.


Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) B.S. – M.S./Ph.D.

Students with strong scholarly and/or research interests may apply for admission to a combined bachelor’s and master’s/doctoral degree program to begin their graduate program during their senior year of undergraduate study. Advisors will help students identify which technical electives will count toward both of their degrees.

3x 3-credit courses while an undergrad (double-counted). 


Students can earn an undergraduate concentration in aerospace engineering or advanced manufacturing when they complete 12 credit hours (four technical electives) of approved coursework. Credits count toward the 129-credit degree requirement, assuming other technical electives aren’t already completed. 

Aerospace Engineering

Advanced Manufacturing


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