Mechanical Engineering

By: Todd Wright

Definition of Engineering

The profession in which a knowledge of the mathematical and natural sciences gained by study, experience, and practice is applied with judgement to develop ways to utilize economically the forces of nature to benefit mankind.

Requirements

  • A bachelor's degree is required.
  • Instruction from computer programming to power systems.
  • Fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, and hydraulics.
  • A basic understanding of civil engineering, electrical engineering, and chemical engineering.

Locations of Study

  • Stanford University
  • Yale
  • Georgia Tech
  • University of Georgia
  • Georgia Southern
  • Etc.

Every Job Known to Mechanical Engineers

  • acoustical engineer
  • acoustics and vibration engineer
  • acoustics engineer
  • automotive engineer
  • building systems engineer
  • chief mechanical engineer
  • consulting mechanical engineer
  • cryogenics engineer
  • design engineer - mechanical
  • design engineer, oil well equipment
  • diesel engineer - design and research
  • energy conservation engineer
  • engineer, mechanical design
  • engineer, nuclear operations
  • engineer, power generation
  • fluid mechanics engineer
  • gas utilization mechanical engineer
  • heating specialist engineer
  • heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) engineer
  • HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) engineer
  • internal combustion engineer
  • land ordnance engineer - military
  • lubrication engineer
  • marine mechanical engineer
  • mechanical design engineer
  • mechanical engineer
  • mechanical engineer, gas utilization
  • mechanical engineer, marine
  • mechanical engineer, projects
  • mechanical hydraulic engineer
  • mechanical maintenance engineer
  • mechanical power engineer
  • mould design engineer
  • nuclear design engineer
  • nuclear engineer
  • nuclear operations engineer
  • oil well equipment design engineer
  • pattern engineer
  • piping engineer
  • power generation engineer
  • power plant engineer
  • project mechanical engineer
  • refrigeration engineer
  • robotics engineer
  • thermal design engineer
  • thermal power engineer
  • tool engineer
  • tribologist

How Engineering Disclipine Will Lead to a Better Future

  • The more engineering is needed, the more jobs there are that need to be filled.
  • The engineers that are trained to fufill their jobs will start to create new things. These things will make our lives easier and will help make the world a better place.