The mechanical engineering undergraduate program at the University of Idaho is designed to prepare students for entry into professional practice or for continuing their education at the master's and doctoral levels. Engineering sciences, physical sciences, mathematics, communications, humanities and social sciences are the basis for our curriculum. Computer applications are emphasized in course work. Students are encouraged to develop individual interests through the selection of technical electives. Students complete their study through our nationally recognized culminating each spring with the Engineering Design EXPO.
The undergraduate program in mechanical engineering is calculus based; you should enjoy math and science, and have a strong interest in algebra, calculus, physics and chemistry. At U of I you'll benefit from a variety of learning experiences including lectures, labs and one-on-one work sessions.
For additional information please contact Becky Schoenberg at 111-111-5024 or by email [email protected].
The University of Idaho master’s and doctorate degrees in mechanical engineering (M.E.) prepare you for highly rewarding careers on the cutting edge of countless exciting fields ranging from aerospace, computer, automotive, construction and defense to biotechnology, robotics and energy and thermal systems.
Because it’s the broadest of all engineering disciplines, a degree in mechanical engineering at the University of Idaho provides you with both a big-picture perspective of future opportunities as well as the diverse research experiences required to make the most of them.
Mechanical engineering graduate students at Idaho have the unique opportunity to work in a variety of research areas, creating graduates that are highly valued and recruited by employers. Mechanical engineering alumni have become CEOs, entrepreneurs, astronauts, faculty, physicians and patent attorneys.