What is Mechanical Engineering?
Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers helped to create the car you drive to work, the potato chips you eat at lunch and the heating and air-conditioning system that keeps you comfortable at home.
They also helped to create the Mars Rover, industrial robots, and solar heating systems. With a mechanical engineering degree you may end up working in industries such as aerospace, automotive, bioengineering, communications, petroleum or product manufacturing.
At Merrimack, we prepare exceptional engineers.
Welcome to Mechanical Engineering at Merrimack College where educating tomorrow’s engineering leaders is our prime objective. We are very proud of Merrimack’s longstanding contributions to engineering practice, knowledge and innovation, and look forward to continuing that tradition.
Merrimack provides a unique engineering experience. Our rigorous curriculum includes extensive general education requirements along with a well-respected engineering curriculum.
We provide small average class sizes, faculty-taught lectures and laboratories, a strong co-op program and opportunities to minor in Business or Math and a nurturing atmosphere that fosters student success.
Please explore our web site further and feel free to contact us with any questions you may have. We encourage you to come and see for yourself the exciting educational opportunities Merrimack College has to offer.