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Mechanical engineering is among the most versatile of engineering fields with career opportunities available across the nation. Gannon's mechanical engineering program will prepare you to design, analyze, test, develop, research and manufacture an array of products while driving solutions that meet specified needs locally and globally. Our graduates have a nearly 100% career or graduate school placement rate. Leverage your own potential in our accelerated program to earn a BS in mechanical engineering and Master of Business Administration in only five years.
Gain real-world knowledge through key mechanical engineering courses including:
Strength of Materials: Learn about different stresses in mechanical components and how to calculate safety factors for a component under a certain load.
Engineering Thermodynamics: Understand the fundamentals of energy-related topics including energy exchange and transfer and operations of energy systems.
Manufacturing Laboratory: Study selected aspects of the manufacturing process. Set up and operate machines, manufacture simple parts, measure process variables and more.
Students will gain a high-quality education that enables success in the rigors of graduate school or a future profession. Through an array of program opportunities, you can:
“The out-of-the-classroom experiences which engineering offers are its greatest attraction for me. From research with professors to lab work to studentled projects and competitions, there are a multitude of opportunities for hands-on work to develop your interests.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
David GeeAssociate ProfessorChairperson
Mahesh AggarwalProfessorDirector Graduate Programs
Pezhman Hassanpour AslAssistant Professor
Perry HilburnAssistant Professor
Mahboobe MahdaviAssistant Professor
Robert MichaelAssociate Professor
Scott SteinbrinkAssociate Professor
Dan ArndtAdjunct Lecturer
Harold EllsworthAdjunct Lecturer
Paul FlynnAdjunct Lecturer
Perry HilburnAdjunct Lecturer
Christopher LangeAdjunct Lecturer
John LippertAdjunct Lecturer
Michael SirakAdjunct Lecturer