Engineering science and mechanics (ESM) uses fundamental principles to develop engineering solutions to contemporary problems in the physical and life sciences. As a result, ESM graduates are ideally adaptable to 21st century needs.
Ideal ESM students want to know not only the what of engineering, but also the how and the why. They wish to work on the cutting edge of engineering, applying a knowledge of science and mathematics. During their academic studies, ESM students work in small groups in state-of-the-art laboratories. Electives provide students the opportunities to focus in areas such as biomechanics, developing energy solutions, and advanced materials (including nanotechnology).
- Aerospace Engineering
- Biological Systems Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil and Environmental Engineering
- Industrial and Systems Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Mining Engineering
- General Engineering