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This degree plan combines the traditional fields of mechanical engineering and electrical engineering, preparing you for a career in various modes of transportation. Graduates from this program can expect to work in a variety of industries, from automotive, recreation vehicles, motorcycle, watercraft, aerospace, heavy equipment and more. The knowledge you'll gain can also be applied toward careers in data analytics, informatics, consulting and any job that requires problem-solving skills. 

Areas of focus 

  • Geometric modeling for mechanical design
  • Electric energy conversion
  • Automotive engineering
  • Power electronics
  • Internal combustion engines
  • Electric motor drives

Contact us 

Doug Beck

  • Assistant Director, Department of Multidisciplinary Engineering
Doug Beck