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Studying Mechanical Engineering at Weber State

Weber State’s mechanical engineering degree offers you skills for a broad range of engineering fields, along with the knowledge to go on to graduate studies in engineering.

Mechanical Engineering Highlights

WSU’s mechanical engineering program offers small classes and a student-focused curriculum that provides opportunities to work with nonprofits and industry professionals.

With a degree in mechanical engineering, you’ll have the versatility to enter a wide range of high-paying, high-demand engineering fields.

Beyond the Classroom

You can meet your peers and network with professionals through organizations such as the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers and WSU Society of Women Engineers.

With permission from the engineering department, you can put what you learn in the classroom to practical use in an internship with a local company.

What You’ll LEARN at Weber

Mechanical engineering covers the design and development of mechanical devices and systems across a wide spectrum of industries, such as transportation, robotics and more.

What You CAN DO After Weber

You’ll be eligible to sit for the exam to become a registered professional engineer and have the knowledge to take on entry-level positions in a variety of engineering fields, such as conceptual design, systems engineering, manufacturing, product research and development.

Many graduates move on to management roles after gaining additional experience in their field. If you have questions, contact a WSU Career Advisor.