Bachelor’s in Mechanical Engineering
University’s Feedback: Why Study Mechanical Engineering at WSU?
In our classrooms and laboratories, future engineers study Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering (MME) face-to-face with MME’s world-class faculty.
Educational programs incorporate industry-sponsored, real-world design problems, resulting in working prototypes designed and constructed by interdisciplinary teams of student engineers.
The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering has an active research faculty, conducting research over a wide range of topics. Students have the opportunity to work on leading-edge research, presenting and publishing research results along with our research faculty.
Mechanical engineering, in combining a variety of disciplines like physics and materials science, is concerned with the development, application and management of machines.
With the planning and development of machines themselves, mechanical engineers often work on issues related to energy, which include low-cost energy conversion from natural resources and managing energy systems, machines, and resources.
Outside of energy, mechanical engineers also deal with the design and production of automated machines, as well as the processing of materials into the commercial and industrial products of tomorrow.
Accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET.
As a graduate, you will be equipped with the skills necessary for successful professional practice or advanced studies. Many students are offered employment by industry leaders even before they graduate.
Employment opportunities exist in a multitude of areas including: Mechanical and Systems design, Manufacturing, CAD/CAM, and Production Management
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Our Feedback for Your Shortlisting
Following are the quick facts about WSU:
- Ranked #57 in Mechanical Engineering by US News and World Report
- Tuition $25,817
- Average SAT 930-1165
In our shortlisting, we would place Washington State University as follows:
- Affordability, based on tuition and living expenses: 5 (on a scale of 1-5, with 5 being the most desirable)
- Reputation, based on research, academic strength and ranking: 4 (on a scale of 1-5, with 5 being the most desirable)
- Outcome, based on career success of alumni: 4 (on a scale of 1-5, with 5 being the most desirable)
Depending on your academic, extra-curricular and other aspects of your profile, you could shortlist Washington State University as your Safe School with a chance of getting admission as 75% or more.