Bachelor in Mechanical EngineeringHarvard
About this program
Mechanical engineering uses the principles of physics and materials science for the analysis and design of mechanical and thermal systems.
Through the bachelor in mechanical engineering program, students will learn how it is critical to the success of many human enterprises - it plays a central role in the generation and distribution of energy, transportation, manufacturing, and infrastructure development. Nearly every product or service in modern life has been touched in some way by a mechanical engineer.
Mechanical engineering concentrators receive a foundational education in a discipline central to challenges in energy, transportation, manufacturing, robotics, and the development of public infrastructure.
The bachelor program in mechanical engineering deals with the study and application of mechanical and thermal systems. It covers a range of subtopics including mechatronics and robotics, structural analysis, thermodynamics and engineering design including the analysis of mechanical systems using finite element methods, the science of new materials, and devices for micro electromechanical systems (MEMS) and biological and nanotechnology applications.
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