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University of California, Santa Barbara
Mechanical Engineering B.S.

Mechanical Engineering offers a balanced curriculum of theory and application, involving: preparation in basic science, math, computing and writing; a comprehensive set of engineering science and laboratory courses; and a series of engineering design courses. Elective courses are organized into coherent tracks, allowing students to acquire more in-depth knowledge in one of several areas of specialization, such as those related to: the environment; design and manufacturing; thermal and fluid sciences; structures, mechanics, and materials; and dynamics and controls. The department electives program aims to be flexible. Hence, students may also choose a general mechanical engineering track or one tailored to their own special interests.

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