A Mechanical Engineering Degree Built to Serve

Learn to build low-cost robots and drones. Develop solar distillation and sterilization systems for water. Design apps and tools to track and monitor heart health. At Marymount University, our undergraduate program in Mechanical Engineering teaches the foundations in engineering, mathematics, and science that can make a meaningful difference in industry, research, and government agencies around the globe.

Hands-on opportunities and broad-based goals  

At Marymount, our Mechanical Engineering students access the same technology and resources used in real-world mechanical engineering. Our labs specialize in digital fabrication, electronics, and virtual reality design and testing. Other goals include:

  • Identifying, formulating, and solving complex engineering problems.
  • Gaining foundational knowledge in physical, health, and life sciences.
  • Innovating tech solutions that address barriers to participation in society.
  • Extending skills in industry, research, and government agencies.

Small classes, big outcomes

Marymount’s classes are small, focused, and taught by faculty who have made an impact in low-resource regions around the world.  They’ll prepare you for conference presentations, publishing opportunities in leading journals, and a rewarding career in mechanical engineering. Outcomes include the training, skills, and capabilities to:

  • Apply engineering design solutions for public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.
  • Communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
  • Function effectively on a team providing leadership and an inclusive environment to establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.
  • Develop experimentation, and analyze and interpret data.

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