BS in Engineering Mechanics

Program Overview
Curriculum Requirements
Course Map
EM Secondary Fields

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Program Overview

Mechanics is the study of forces that act on bodies and the resultant motion that those bodies experience. With roots in physics and mathematics, Engineering Mechanics is the basis of all the mechanical sciences: civil engineering, materials science and engineering, mechanical engineering and aeronautical and aerospace engineering. Engineering Mechanics provides the “building blocks” of statics, dynamics, strength of materials, and fluid dynamics. Engineering mechanics is the discipline devoted to the solution of mechanics problems through the integrated application of mathematical, scientific, and engineering principles. Special emphasis is placed on the physical principles underlying modern engineering design.

Engineering Mechanics students are also encouraged to engage in undergraduate research with a faculty member. As a result, Engineering Mechanics students are prepared for careers at the forefront of a wide variety of fields, including the aerospace, electronics, automotive, manufacturing, software, and computer industries. The curriculum also provides excellent preparation for graduate school in many different engineering disciplines.

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EM Curriculum Requirements

Curriculum in Engineering Mechanics (pdf)

Engineering Mechanics Course Map (pdf)

Engineering Mechanics Course Flow Chart

EM Secondary Fields

The secondary field options in Engineering Mechanics can be found in this PDF. Please fill out this form to choose your secondary field options.