Mechanical Concentration

Bachelor of Science Degree, Engineering Major

See also Electrical

Improve products and processes with engineering principles

One of the broadest of engineering disciplines, mechanical engineering comprises designing, developing, and manufacturing engines, machines, and countless other mechanical devices and products. PCC’s mechanical engineering concentration provides students with the scientific and mathematical foundation needed to understand God’s natural laws and apply them to profoundly improving life.

College-level engineering study requires a good understanding of physical sciences, a highly developed ability in mathematics, and competence to read rapidly with comprehension. PCC’s program helps students strengthen skills in these disciplines while focusing on fundamental science and mathematical laws. Through practical application in engineering labs, students learn how to harness, control, and direct nature’s forces to achieve human goals.

In the senior year, students apply their learning and training in a capstone design project using modern design methods and electronic automation tools.

Students completing PCC’s mechanical engineering concentration can choose a career in various fields and industries, or choose to further their knowledge in graduate studies.

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Graduate Perspective

PCC’s engineering program taught me the importance of personal and professional growth and integrity, as well as gave me the math, science, computer, and engineering skills to be an effective and creative engineering problem solver. The strong focus on core math and science skills and the exposure to a broad range of engineering subjects are the key aspects of the training I received at PCC.

Jeff D. ’91
Owner/Engineer, Davis Design and Consulting

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