The Mechanical Engineering Department offers programs to future engineers who want to work on projects near and far and big and small.
Mechanical Engineering (ME) is a broad and continuously evolving field that focuses on the design of machines and mechanical systems from miniature machines and Micro-Electrical-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) to incredibly large and complex systems like the space shuttle launch vehicle.
The Mechanical Engineering degree program at Embry-Riddle Prescott will help you grow as an individual by pushing you to learn and understand what it takes to become a successful engineer. We offer a choice of curriculum tracks — Robotics (autonomous vehicles), Energy (alternative and conservation and Propulsion (gas turbines) design — so that you can apply your engineering knowledge and creativity to a project that you are passionate about.
Learn about mechanical engineering advances being developed by Embry-Riddle professors and students.