The purpose of the mechanical engineering concentration is to promote the cause of Christ by providing engineering education in
a Christian and traditional, liberal-arts setting to develop undergraduates who
are biblical in their philosophical worldview, Christlike in their character, and
exemplary in their practice of mechanical engineering.
Additional Learning Outcomes: Graduates of the mechanical engineering concentration will also demonstrate the following outcomes:
- Mechanical Design—apply calculus and differential equations, basic science,
and engineering principles to modeling, analysis, design, and realization of
mechanical engineering components, systems, or processes; and
- Integrated Design—solve open-ended design problems in the mechanical
engineering disciplines of HVAC and Refrigeration, Mechanical Systems and
Materials, and Thermal and Fluids Systems.