B.S. EP - Mechanical Engineering
General inquiries about the Bachelor of Science in Engineering Physics - Mechanical Engineering program may be directed toward our EP – Mechanical Engineering Director, Dr. Mohammad Hossan.
Please see below for more information.
The Biomedical Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
EP-Mechanical Engineering Program Educational Objectives
Within a few years of graduation, our graduates will be able to:
1) Practice as an engineer in mechanical or related fields.
2) Assume positions of leadership and greater responsibility through teamwork within an organization.
3) Sustain adherence to professional development and post graduate continuing education.
What is Mechanical Engineering?
Mechanical engineers use theoretical, experimental, and computational skills to design, manufacture, test, and maintain thermal, fluid, and mechanical machines. Mechanical engineering students master the fundamental principles of mathematics, chemistry, and physics as a foundation for study in the three core areas of mechanical engineering: solid mechanics and materials, thermal and fluid, dynamics and controls.
Why Choose Mechanical Engineering at UCO?
The UCO Department of Engineering and Physics provides a student-focused, multi-disciplinary, and hands-on approach to engineering education, producing graduates who are highly sought by employers and graduate schools across the nation. Mechanical engineers represent the oldest and broadest of the engineering disciplines, engaging in the operations of corporations and agencies both locally and worldwide.
EP - Mechanical Engineering at UCO
The Bachelor of Science degree program in EP - Mechanical Engineering prepares students for productive careers in mechanical engineering and related disciplines. Guided by a dedicated faculty and staff, students learn through hands-on experience featuring; small classes, modern computers, excellent lab facilities, and the opportunity to participate in undergraduate research. Students completing the degree program are qualified for employment in many vital industries or to move on to advanced graduate studies.
You can find information for about applying to UCO at the Office of Prospective Student Services / Scholarships. This site also has information and links to scholarships offered to freshman students.
Information about scholarships available through the Department of Engineering and Physics are available on the department's scholarship page.
If you would like further information about the Department of Engineering and Physics programs, or would like to arrange to visit, please contact:
Department of Engineering and Physics
University of Central Oklahoma
100 North University Drive
Edmond, Oklahoma 73034-5209
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