Mechanical engineers are involved in designing, building and testing essentially every product of modern society. Mechanical engineering students can customize their program to meet unique interests and career goals by choosing concentrations in biomechanical engineering, engineering mechanics, global engineering or manufacturing engineering.
Teaching labs include a full-service Engineering Machine Shop and Industrial Project Lab, and labs providing hands-on experience in vibrations and controls, heat transfer, fluids and experimental mechanics. Research labs focuses on cardiovascular and tissue mechanics, thermal engineering, biomechanical design and research within the Composite Vehicle Research Center and the Energy and Automotive Research Lab.
Graduates in mechanical engineering become competent engineers practicing in a diverse range of activities and are prepared for careers in virtually any industry that manufactures a product, including the aerospace, energy, automotive, biomedical and consumer products industries.
Alumni work at:
Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab
Alumni work as:
Product development engineers
Research and development engineers
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