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Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

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Mechanical engineers use principles of mechanics and energy to do research and to develop, design, manufacture, and test tools and machines and other mechanical devices and systems. They work on power-producing and power-using machines. They also work in areas such as medical activities, law, consulting engineering, and engineering sales. Mechanical engineers work in aerospace and automotive industries, design and consulting firms, manufacturing, plant operations, power generation, bioengineering, petrochemical, and transportation industries.

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