Clemson Mechanical Engineering [Mechanical engineering]

Clemson Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering (B.S.) | Degree Programs

Freshmen who major in engineering at Clemson are initially admitted into our general engineering program, where you will learn math and science fundamentals, problem solving methods and modern analytical tools, all of which are common to all engineering disciplines. During freshman year, you will make a decision as to which discipline you will enter. Mechanical engineering has a minimum GPR requirement for admission.

Studying mechanical engineering prepares you in the basic sciences and math, thermal and fluid science, and mechanical systems. As classes progress, you will develop your analytical, design and experimental abilities, which will prepare you for the challenges and questions you will face in your career. Seniors choose from our technical electives classes, providing chances to focus on your interests or obtain a broader view of many mechanical engineering topics. Seniors also collaborate with classmates to solve a real-world problem supplied by an industry partner.

Research in our department encompasses experimental, analytical and computational work in the following areas:

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Bioengineering and Biomaterials
  • Design
  • Dynamics and Controls
  • Energy Systems
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Materials and Materials Processing
  • Solid Mechanics
  • Thermodynamics, Heat Transfer and Combustion
  • Transportation Vehicles and Systems

Combined Bachelor’s/Master’s Program: Get a jump-start on your Master of Science in mechanical engineering while completing your bachelor’s. In our combined-degree program you can apply up to 12 credit hours toward your graduate degree while simultaneously satisfying your technical elective requirements for your undergraduate degree.



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