Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University 600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd. Daytona Beach FL 32114
The mission of the Mechanical Engineering degree program is to produce graduates who:
- Have a solid background in the basic mechanical engineering subjects.
- Can plan, analyze, design, and schedule mechanical systems, including those in high-performance vehicles, energy and power, and robotics.
- Contribute to society and the mechanical engineering profession through professional societies as well as acting in an ethical manner.
- Can work in diverse team environments with knowledge of the breadth of engineering topics.
- Demonstrate knowledge of the mechanical design process.
The curriculum is designed to accomplish these objectives with a base of engineering, math, and sciences that includes probability, statistics, or numerical methods; engineering economics; advanced mathematics; electrical engineering; and engineering design. The culmination of the program is a two-semester design project that prepares the students for working in a team environment on projects involving mechanical engineering.