Solving Global Problems
Robots. Cars. Power plants. Space shuttles. Roller coasters. It’s all the work of mechanical engineers. Organizations everywhere need innovative Mechanical Engineers who can design smarter, faster, more fuel-efficient, and more cost-effective machines. It's no surprise that U.S. News & World Report consistently ranks us as one of the nation's top programs.
A World of Opportunities
There’s a reason why Mechanical Engineers have so many job opportunities: MEs design anything that moves. It's MEs who designed the Corvette's engine, built the Space Shuttle's robotic arm and shaped the hull of the Queen Mary 2. And the 21st Century is opening up all kinds of new opportunities for innovative engineers.
MEs are at the forefront of nano-fabrication and bioengineering. They're inventing inexpensive potable water systems for developing nations. And they’re helping the world go green with eco-friendly products that use fuel cells or solar power.
The Mechanical Engineering program has been accredited since 1977 by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology EAC/ABET). Kettering University has been accredited since 1962 by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.