Professor Kelvin Lynn in the W.M. Keck Antimatter Research Laboratory.
Education is more than just textbooks and theories in the School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME).
WSU Mechanical Engineering Statewide:
Mechanical engineering programs from WSU are available at five locations in the state of Washington. The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering in Pullman manages three of the locations, our main Pullman campus, at our campus in Bremerton at Olympic College, and our campus in Everett at WSU North Puget Sound at Everett. The Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture also offers ME programs at the WSU Tri-Cities campus and the Vancouver campus. The Pullman campus offers the full WSU four year BS program along with post graduate degree programs. At Bremerton and Everett we offer the upper division BS courses and students utilize local community colleges for the lower division courses transferring to WSU to complete their BS programs. The mechanical engineering program is ABET accredited at all five locations; Pullman, Everett, Bremerton, Tri-Cities, and Vancouver. You may follow these links to learn more about the ME and MSE programs on all of the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture locations:
- Main Pullman Campus Academics Mechanical Engineering & Materials Science and Engineering
- WSU ME Bremerton at Olympic College
- WSU ME Everett at WSU North Puget Sound at Everett
- WSU Tri-Cities Campus ME
- WSU Vancouver Campus ME
In our classrooms and laboratories future engineers study Mechanical Engineering and Materials Science and Engineering face to face with MME's world-class faculty. The educational programs are all capped off with industry sponsored real world design problems, resulting in working prototypes designed and constructed by interdisciplinary teams of student engineers. Students also have the opportunity to work on leading edge research, presenting and publishing research results along with our world-class research faculty.
The School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering has an active research faculty, conducting research over a wide range of topics. The School supports the vast majority of graduate students to conduct their research. Many graduate students are also supported in the research Institutes, Laboratories, and Centers associated with the school.
In addition to the required course work, many of the soon to be engineers apply their new knowledge and leadership skills participating in School sponsored real world design and construction projects, competing in world wide competitions, including Formula SAE and Aerospace Club.
Explore our web site to learn about our School and the many opportunities available statewide in MME at WSU.