Mechanical Engineering

College of Engineering

Mechanical engineers research, design, develop, manufacture, manage, and control engineering systems and their components, from the nanoscale on.  The broadest of all engineering disciplines -- and thus the most flexible for career options -- mechanical engineering requires a solid grasp of mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, and energy. Our graduates have gone on to become CEOs, entrepreneurs, chief engineers, business analysts, astronauts, faculty, physicians, patent lawyers, and professionals in a variety of other areas.

Mechanical Engineering Website

Plan of Study


Contact Information

Tarri Brickler
Phone: 765-496-7485


With a mechanical engineering degree, you can go to medical or law school or work in design, testing, manufacturing, or sales across a range of areas and industries:

Related Career Interests

Engineering and Technologies

Mechanical and Electrical Specialties

Mechanics and Construction

Science and Research