Develop the analytical, problem-solving, and critical thinking skills needed for the computer-aided engineering field. Build a strong foundation in computer science, math, and graphic arts-related to mechanical engineering.
Technology is constantly driving changes and improvements in the engineering industry – and the bachelor of science in mechanical engineering focuses on the modern and traditional methods that have shaped the industry today. Vaughn’s computer-aided design concentration in the mechanical engineering bachelor’s degree program exposes students to modern technology and current research needed to be successful in the field.
With a solid foundation of the understanding of computers in science, math, and the graphic arts in relation to mechanical engineering, graduates have moved on to become successful professionals in a variety of roles. Are you looking to pursue a career in mechanical engineering and computer-aided design? Vaughn will help you build the analytical, problem-solving, and technical skills needed to reach your dream career.
The mechanical engineering degree was developed with a strong focus on career preparedness to provide educational and skill-building opportunities that prepare graduates for roles in their fields upon graduation.
Is this a field that interests you? When you pursue the computer-aided design (CAD) mechanical engineering program, you will be exposed to engineering fundamentals, emphasizing 3D graphics using the computer-aided three-dimensional interactive application (CATIA) and solid edge for the design and analysis of structures. The skills and knowledge you learn in these courses will apply to real-life careers and roles in computer-aided engineering.
The modern skills learned during the mechanical engineering degree have helped many Vaughn graduates attain successful engineering careers. Your ability to design components or processes of a mechanical system and lead a team in developing new technology will lead you to a future-proof career in mechanical engineering.
Graduates of the mechanical engineering bachelor’s degree program concentrating in computer-aided design technology have become successful design engineers, manufacturing design engineers, and other computer design-related specialists in various fields. Vaughn’s extensive network has allowed students to pursue both internships and full-time jobs pre-and-post-graduation.