Students can complete the first two years of the B.S. in Mechanical Engineering at SLU-Madrid before relocating to the St. Louis campus for the last two years of study. The program coursework includes engineering mechanics, mechanics of fluids and solids, engineering graphics, vibrations, controls, mechatronics and design.
During the second year, students will study Introduction to Design and Manufacturing, which concentrations on the importance of design decisions on products, machines and society.
Saint Louis University's mechanical engineering program begins with a solid footing in the essential engineering sciences and progresses towards mechanical engineering courses. Students will also have the opportunity to take technical electives in the more extensive areas of design, thermal and fluids, and structures.
The objective of Bircham University’s Mechanical Engineering program is to examine the analysis, theory, design and practice of the division of engineering usually described as mechanics, kinematics and machine dynamics. The program focuses on design and dimensional analysis. It demonstrates how to be pioneering and technically proficient in the design and problem-solving of mechanics.
Subjects covered on this course include: Materials Science, Mechanical Drafting, Machine Elements, Materials Behaviour, Hydraulics & Pneumatics, Mechanics: Statics, Mechanics: Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Transport & Fluid Mechanics, Computer Integrated, Manufacturing, Mechanical Design, Mechanical Engineering & Materials Design & Failure.
The Mechanical Engineering module is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.