Mechanical Engineering Management
The Bachelor of Engineering with a major in Mechanical Engineering Management degree helps you gain the expertise you need to build, design and invent!
Catering to the unique needs and desires of our students, The School of Professional Studies offers an engineering degree in mechanical engineering management. Mechanical engineering is one of the most diverse, versatile and general of all engineering fields and combines with a management component giving students a well-rounded degree program.
The optional Biomedical Engineering Management minor combines knowledge from all the basic science disciplines: mathematics, chemistry, physics, and biology as well as engineering sciences and is now available to students desiring to work in the orthopaedic and biomedical fields or pursue graduate studies
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Our graduates enter the workforce prepared to apply the working knowledge of principles and theories learned in science, engineering and mathematics. Paired with practical capabilities, our focus on technical, intellectual and interpersonal skills, gives our graduates the proficiency necessary to thrive in a vastly expanding and volatile economy.
As a graduate of our engineering program, your job opportunities are endless. Our graduates begin their careers with salaries higher than the national average.
Degree Course Requirements
A Bachelor of Engineering with a Major in Mechanical Engineering Management degree requires 126 Hours credit hours:
General Education (42 credit hours)
Engineering Science Core (23 credit hours)
Mechanical Engineering Stem (18 credit hours)
Business/Management Core (18 credit hours)
Degree Related Electives (11 credit hours)
Additional Mathematics and Science (14 credit hours)
Optional Biomedical Engineering Managment Minor
Biomedical Engineering Management Minor (17 credit hours)