Loyola University Maryland

Department of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Concentration

According to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), "Mechanical engineers create and develop mechanical systems for all of humankind. Concerned with the principles of force, energy, and motion, mechanical engineers use their knowledge of design, manufacturing, and operational processes to advance the world around us – enhancing safety, economic vitality, and enjoyment throughout the world." 

More information about the field of mechanical engineering, including short interviews with practicing professionals, is available at the Sloan Career Cornerstone Center.

Requirements and guidelines for a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, with a concentration in mechanical engineering:

Freshman Year

Fall Semester

  • EG 101 Intro. to Engineering or EG 103 Engineering & Society
  • MA 251 Calculus I
  • PH 201 General Physics I
  • PH 291 Gen. Physics Lab I 
  • WR 100 Effective Writing
  • Language Core

Spring Semester

  • EG 140 Programming Tools for Engineering & Science
  • HS 100-Level Core Course 
  • MA 252 Calculus II
  • PH 202 General Physics II
  • PH 292 Gen. Physics Lab II
  • TH 201 Introduction to Theology

Sophomore Year

Fall Semester

  • CH 101 General Chemistry I
  • CH 105 General Chemistry Lab I
  • EG 031 Linear Circuit Analysis Lab
  • EG 331 Linear Circuit Analysis
  • EG 301 Statics
  • MA 351 Calculus III
  • PL 201- Foundations of Philosophy

Spring Semester

  • EG 051 Materials Science Lab
  • EG 302 Dynamics
  • EG 351 Intro. to Engineering Materials
  • EG 380 Thermodynamics
  • MA 304 Ord. Differential Equations
  • MA 301 Intro. to Linear Algebra

Junior Year

Fall Semester

  • EG 390 Experimental Methods
  • EG 320 Solid Mechanics Lab
  • EG 420 Solid Mechanics
  • EG 381 Probability & Statistics
  • EN 101 Understanding Literature
  • Mechanical Engineering Concentration Course
  • Engineering Elective

Spring Semester

  • EG 441 Engineering Systems Analysis
  • PL 200-Level Philosophical Perspectives Course
  • English Core
  • History Core
  • EG 426 Computer-Aided Simulation and Design
  • Mechanical Engineering Concentration Course

Senior Year

Fall Semester

  • EG 497 Engineering Design Project I
  • Theology Core
  • Fine Arts Core
  • Social Science Core
  • Mechanical Engineering Concentration Course
  • Elective

Spring Semester

  • EG 498 Engineering Design Project II
  • Ethics Core
  • Social Science Core 
  • Mechanical Engineering Concentration Course
  • Elective  
  • Elective

Mechanical Engineering Concentration Courses

  • EG 421 Fluid Mechanics
  • EG 422 Heat and Mass Transfer
  • EG 423 Engineering Materials and Manufacturing Processes
  • EG 424 Mechanical Design
Robert Pond
Faculty

Rob Pond, Ph.D.

This engineering professor is particularly passionate about getting women involved in the field

Engineering