​The bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering at Stevens offers students a broad background in engineering and the liberal arts, with the technical skills needed to support the design, testing, and manufacture of products, systems, and devices.

Mechanical engineers help fix the major problems of the nation and world by designing and creating:

  • Biomedical devices and technologies for health and rehabilitation
  • Energy and water solutions for a cleaner, greener earth
  • Infrastructure development in a fast-paced society
  • Security and defense applications for a safer world

Program Highlights

  • State of the art, research labs & facilities allows students to explore real world applications
  • Undergraduate research opportunities available through Pinnacle Scholars Program
  • Co-op program that enables students to connect their academic studies with the world of work, explore career interests and clarify goals
  • Opportunities to broaden academic horizon and gain intercultural experience through Stevens Study Abroad Program
  • Student Support Center, a resource committed to promoting the success and encouraging the retention of all students in the mechanical engineering undergraduate program

Where Will Mechanical Engineering Take You?

Mechanical engineers are suited for employment in diverse areas, including the aerospace, automotive, biomedical, chemical, computer, communications, nanotechnology, and power-generation industries. A bachelor's in mechanical engineering from Stevens leads to high-paying jobs immediately after graduation. Graduates from the Stevens class of 2010 were offered an average of $61,050 straight out of college, more than the national average of $58,881. Mechanical Engineering ranked seventh on the National Association of Colleges and Employers 2009 list of the top 15 highest-earning college degrees.

The bachelor of engineering program in mechanical engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET. For enrollment and graduation data, click here.

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