Prospective Undergraduate Students
Reasons to Choose Tennessee Tech
The mechanical engineering undergraduate program at Tennessee Tech is ranked among the top 35 programs in the country in undergraduate enrollment, largely because the quality of our programs attract so many talented students.
- Our graduates are always in high demand! TTU mechanical engineering graduates frequently find employment in many regional and national companies including Nissan, General Motors, Volkswagen, Eastman Chemical, Mahle, TRW, Denso, Bridgestone, NASA-Marshall, and numerous others.
- Find your professional passion! Choose from three undergraduate degree programs and then customize your studies by selecting from our elective courses in the areas of thermal and fluids engineering, vibrations and noise control, mechatronics, machine design, manufacturing and materials, and our new vehicle engineering concentration.
- Get involved with exciting student organizations and gain valuable, hands-on experience employers are looking for! Hone your professional skills, network with other students, put what you knowledge into practice on group projects, and learn to be a leader while having fun participating in the student teams and clubs.
- Our faculty are here to help you! Students receive personal attention, advising, and research guidance from over 20 top-notch faculty members who are experts in their respective fields of study. We want our students to succeed!
- There's more to campus life than classes! Find out more about student activities, organizations and Greek life, student services, and more.
- Find out about financial aid! Tech students graduate with the least average debt in the state of Tennessee. The staff in Tech's Financial Aid Office will be glad to answer questions and help students with any questions.
- Learn more about the admission requirements and how to apply!
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