Geneva College offers a Mechanical Engineering concentration within its general Bachelor of Science in Engineering degree. Mechanical engineers design, manufacture, and operate machinery and mechanical systems. Mechanical engineers design weapons (see civil engineering). Branches of mechanical engineering include aerospace engineering, machine design, robotics, manufacturing, combustion, HVAC systems, and fluid mechanics. Mechanical engineers work on the design, fabrication and testing of many commercial products including vehicles, office equipment, toys, farm equipment, appliances and many other products.
Mechanical engineers find careers in manufacturing, biotechnology, HVAC, nanotechnology, alternative energy, automotive engineering, nuclear engineering and robotics.
In addition to Geneva and general engineering core classes, students in the Mechanical Engineering concentration take classes in mathematics, science and mechanical engineering. Example mechanical engineering courses include:
If you are looking for mechanical engineering schools in Pennsylvania, we invite you to contact Geneva College for more information.
Through the Reformed Presbyterian Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, Geneva offers the 3&3 Program enabling students to complete a B.S. and a M.Div. in only six years.