Bachelor of Science B.S.
Mechanical Engineering is a discipline encompassing a wide variety of technical activities. The key element that links the various activities within mechanical engineering is design. The design function is now largely computer-based and involves computation, modeling, graphics, and computer-assisted process control. Mechanical engineers design and develop anything that is a machine - from fighter jets to toasters.
The Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering with a concentration in Manufacturing Engineering is available at the Lake Campus. By working with local industry, regional stake holders, and the Dayton campus, the Lake Campus offers the bacehlor’s degree in its entirety.
Dr. P. Ruby Mawasha, the founding Director of the program, is working closely with local industry to identify areas of specialization. Dennis Hance is also a lecturer in the program.
This manufacturing-focused, engineering program provides desirable, highly skilled workers for area industries. By partnering with local industry, our trained graduates will transform the manufacturing engineering field by using their skills and talents.
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Faculty Contact Information:
Ruby Mawasha, Ph.D.
Director of Engineering
125 Trenary Hall / 419-586-0373
Lecturer, Mechanical Engineering
125 Trenary Hall /419-586-0320
For academic advising, please call Student Services at 419-586-0300.
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