B.S. in Engineering Mechanics Program By Johns Hopkins University | Top Universities

B.S. in Engineering Mechanics

B.S. in Engineering Mechanics

Johns Hopkins University

Homewood Campus, Baltimore, United States
  • QS World University Rankings
    25
  • Degree Other
  • Study Level Bachelors
  • Duration 24 months
  • Scholarships No
Students graduating with a B.S. in Engineering Mechanics will have demonstrated the ability to: Understand and apply the fundamentals of mathematics (through linear algebra and multivariate calculus), numerical methods, statistical analysis and physical sciences (physics and chemistry) necessary to attain competence in the mechanics or related disciplines such as applied physics, bioengineering or other scientific/engineering disciplines; Understand the interplay between engineering science and the design, evaluation, and reporting of experiments including analysis and statistical interpretation of data; Identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems in the areas of thermo-fluid and mechanical systems; Use basic concepts from mechanical engineering sciences, modern engineering tools (machine-tools, laboratory instrumentation, and computer hardware and software), and related subjects to design mechanical engineering components and processes, taking into account constraints such as manufacturability, cost, safety, environmental and socio-political impacts; Enter graduate school and/or professional practice with the tools needed for life-long learning and the recognition of its importance; Use effective communication and multidisciplinary teamwork, possess awareness of professional and ethical responsibilities, have an appreciation for the societal, economic, and environmental impacts of engineering.
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