Student Outcomes

The educational objectives of the mechanical engineering undergraduate program are that the graduates will:

  1. Use their technical and intellectual competency, versatility, and ethical foundations while engaged in careers or advanced studies within the traditional mechanical engineering discipline or other fields of interest (e.g., other engineering disciplines, law, medicine, finance).
  2. Be productive team members while solving problems of local, national, and international scope within a modern global, environmental and ethical framework.
  3. Contribute to professional, educational, and social institutions by applying their knowledge and skill towards the advancement of technology and the betterment of society.
  4. Continue to learn and further develop and expand their knowledge and skill sets.

Enrollment and Graduation Data

The enrollment and graduation data in the Department of Mechanical Engineering during the 2013-2017 period is shown in Figures 1 and 2, respectively.  Over this period, the enrollment was 137, 138, 166, 161, and 166 students, respectively.  The number of graduates were 15, 28, 13, 50 and 40 students, respectively.

ME enrollment data

Figure 1: Total undergraduate enrollment in Mechanical Engineering program from 2013 to 2017.

 ME graduation data

Figure 2: Total number of awarded degrees in Mechanical Engineering program from 2013 to 2017.