Bradley’s mechanical engineering energy program prepares you to be a well-rounded engineer with experience in fields as diverse as robotics, bioengineering and machine design.
As a student in Bradley’s energy program, you apply engineering concepts to energy production, management and conservation. Courses give you knowledge about engines, different sources of electricity and renewable energy. Additionally, you apply classroom knowledge to a yearlong senior project in which you may collaborate with business students. You also can stay at Bradley for a graduate degree in the field. U.S. News and World Report consistently ranks Bradley’s engineering programs among the nation’s best.
Bradley’s energy program successfully prepares you to enter the workforce or attend graduate school. In recent years all Bradley mechanical engineering students found employment or entered graduate school within six months of graduation. They’re working at places such as Caterpillar, General Motors and the U.S. Air Force. Others are attending school at Ohio State University, the University of Michigan and the University of Texas-Austin.
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