B.S. in Mechanical Engineering 48 months Undergraduate Program By University of Utah |Top Universities
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Program Duration

48 monthsProgram duration

Main Subject Area

Engineering - MechanicalMain Subject Area

Program overview

Main Subject

Engineering - Mechanical

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Program Purpose: The program prepares students to establish successful engineering careers and, if desired, gain admission to graduate and professional programs. Students should be prepared to apply acquired knowledge and skills to solve a broad range of engineering problems, both as individuals and in teams. Students should communicate their ideas and technical information effectively, and consider the economic, social, and ethical consequences of their work. Prior to graduation, each student in the University of Utah Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Science Program will demonstrate the following learning outcomes. Learning Outcomes: A background and depth in mathematical, scientific and engineering principles sufficient to apply this knowledge to mechanical engineering problems. The ability to design and conduct experiments and subsequently analyze the resulting data for design or other engineering purposes. The ability to design a mechanical engineering system, component, or process for achieving a desired goal. The ability to use teamwork in pursuit of a multidisciplinary goal. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve mechanical engineering problems. An understanding of the professional and ethical responsibilities of a mechanical engineer. The ability to effectively communicate technical information in written reports and memos. The ability to effectively communicate technical information in oral presentations. The broad education to understand the impact of mechanical engineering solutions in a global and societal context. An understanding of the need for, and the ability to remain current in engineering practices through lifelong learning. A knowledge of contemporary issues impacting engineering. Competency in the application of techniques and skills necessary for mechanical engineering practice. Competency in the application of modern computer-based tools for solving engineering problems. Participation in a capstone design project and optional participation in faculty-led research, cooperative internships, industrial design projects, and independent study projects. An ability to work professionally in thermal or mechanical systems, with knowledge of each area.

Program overview

Main Subject

Engineering - Mechanical

Degree

Other

Study Level

Undergraduate

Program Purpose: The program prepares students to establish successful engineering careers and, if desired, gain admission to graduate and professional programs. Students should be prepared to apply acquired knowledge and skills to solve a broad range of engineering problems, both as individuals and in teams. Students should communicate their ideas and technical information effectively, and consider the economic, social, and ethical consequences of their work. Prior to graduation, each student in the University of Utah Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Science Program will demonstrate the following learning outcomes. Learning Outcomes: A background and depth in mathematical, scientific and engineering principles sufficient to apply this knowledge to mechanical engineering problems. The ability to design and conduct experiments and subsequently analyze the resulting data for design or other engineering purposes. The ability to design a mechanical engineering system, component, or process for achieving a desired goal. The ability to use teamwork in pursuit of a multidisciplinary goal. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve mechanical engineering problems. An understanding of the professional and ethical responsibilities of a mechanical engineer. The ability to effectively communicate technical information in written reports and memos. The ability to effectively communicate technical information in oral presentations. The broad education to understand the impact of mechanical engineering solutions in a global and societal context. An understanding of the need for, and the ability to remain current in engineering practices through lifelong learning. A knowledge of contemporary issues impacting engineering. Competency in the application of techniques and skills necessary for mechanical engineering practice. Competency in the application of modern computer-based tools for solving engineering problems. Participation in a capstone design project and optional participation in faculty-led research, cooperative internships, industrial design projects, and independent study projects. An ability to work professionally in thermal or mechanical systems, with knowledge of each area.

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