Pursue an Engineering Degree Built to Serve

Devices, machines, and systems are at the heart of our daily lives.

Understand how to design, manufacture, maintain, and control technological solutions that can be adopted around the globe—even in low-resource regions—with Marymount’s Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s degree. Our undergraduate degree for Mechanical Engineering helps you gain foundational knowledge in physical, health, and life sciences through small classes, personal attention, and ample research opportunities.

You’ll be prepared to break down barriers and make a difference in careers spanning industry, research, and government agencies.

Make a difference with a top degree for Mechanical Engineering

Unlike other schools with Mechanical Engineering degrees, Marymount’s undergraduate programs will help you to find purpose as an engineer as you make our world a better place. Our Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s degree is offered on campus and takes as little as four years to complete.

Mechanical Engineering Degree Program Highlights


Take what you’ve learned in Marymount’s Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s degree and become a proficient problem-solver who is able to find innovative solutions to the challenges we face. Throughout your engineering, mathematics, and science courses you’ll benefit from:

Hands-on opportunities

You’ll put your learning into action throughout Marymount’s bachelor’s degree for Mechanical Engineering professionals. Our students have built low-cost robots and drones, developed solar distillation and sterilization units for water, designed apps and tools to track and monitor heart health, and much more.

High-tech and high-touch facilities and laboratories

At Marymount, you’ll have access to the same technology and resources that you’ll use in jobs with a Mechanical Engineering degree. We offer labs that specialize in digital fabrication, electronics, and virtual reality design and testing.

Faculty with diverse interests and expertise

Throughout your Mechanical Engineering bachelor’s degree studies, you’ll learn from and work with faculty members who have made an impact at the national and international levels. These experts have designed 3D-printable prosthetic limbs for low-resource regions of the world, spearheaded personal protective equipment creation using desktop 3D printing, and much more.

Small, personalized courses

Unlike other schools with Mechanical Engineering degrees, at Marymount you’ll learn in small classes and receive robust, personalized attention from faculty and staff. You’ll have more one-on-one opportunities with our experts in the classroom and as you present at conferences, get published in leading journals, and build a rewarding career in Mechanical Engineering.

What Can You Do With a Bachelor’s Degree for Mechanical Engineering?

Whether you’re interested in jobs with a Mechanical Engineering degree in areas such as industry, research, or government, Marymount’s undergraduate degree for Mechanical Engineering will prepare you for success in the Washington, DC, area—which ranks No. 10 for the highest number of Mechanical Engineering jobs in the U.S.

Our Engineering degree graduates have also gone on to advanced degrees in Computer Science, Data Science, and Health Care, as well as master’s programs at schools with Mechanical Engineering degrees.

Jobs With a Mechanical Engineering Degree

  • Aerospace engineer
  • Construction engineer
  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Management consultant
  • Mechanical engineer

What You Will Study in Our Mechanical Engineering Bachelor’s Degree Program

At Marymount, you’ll be prepared for jobs with a Mechanical Engineering degree by building useful tools and techniques throughout your coursework. You can expect to take courses in:

  • Mechanical Engineering Design, which is an introduction to digital fabrication processes and involves designing and building a machine or mechanism.
  • Mechatronics Engineering, which allows you to apply your knowledge and build basic analog and digital circuit and programming microcontrollers, use actuators, and choose sensors for building simple robots.
  • Engineering Economy, which evaluates the economic merits of alternative solutions to engineering problems—emphasizing the time value of money.

Mechanical Engineering Bachelor’s Degree Faculty

Our Engineering faculty members are expert teachers and researchers, and they’re also leaders in the field through their service with professional organizations.

View our faculty here.

Programs Related to Mechanical Engineering

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