Mission of the McCoy School of Engineering

The McCoy School of Engineering supports the missions of the University and the McCoy College of Science, Mathematics, and Engineering by providing quality undergraduate education to students and professional expertise for local and regional industry, government agencies, and other educational entities. This is accomplished in the context of a four-year Mechanical Engineering Program, along with major design experiences which prepare graduates for successful professional careers and the pursuit of advanced degrees in engineering or other related fields.

Mission of the Mechanical Engineering Program

The mission of the Mechanical Engineering Program is to provide each graduate with a foundation of knowledge and training upon which to build a successful career in mechanical engineering or related fields. Graduates of the program are well-grounded in scientific, mathematical, and mechanical engineering knowledge through curricular activities that reflect technological advances. Students learn to analyze, synthesize, and design mechanical engineering systems, communicate information and understand and appreciate the need for lifelong learning.

Students pursuing engineering programs at MSU can expect:

  • Small class sizes.
  • A personalized learning environment highly conducive to learning, and state-of-the-art laboratories which house up-to-date equipment and software tools which allow students to gain real-world experience.
  • Engineering faculty members are experts in their respective fields and are always eager to help students set their goals, draft plans to reach these goals, and acquire the necessary knowledge and training to achieve these goals.
  • Scholarships are available to deserving students, based on financial need, leadership, and/or GPA.
  • Our B.S. in Mechanical Engineering is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of ABET
  • Our B.S. in Industrial Technology follows the guidelines of the Association of Technology Management and Applied Engineering (ATMAE).