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Mechanical Engineering Program

Program Overview/Mission

The mission of the Mechanical Engineering program is to develop graduates with solid foundation of engineering and professional knowledge, critical thinking, communication skills, and the pursuit of life-long learning. The program emphasizes preparing graduates that are highly recruitable throughout the region to enhance the lives of a diverse population through service and leadership.

With a degree in this field, you can land a career with a lucrative starting salary and acquire a wide range of valuable skills encompassing various subjects. From physics to computer applications to mathematics, the knowledge and experience you’ll gain by studying mechanical engineering can create local as well as global opportunities for employment. Stay at the forefront of future technologies as a mechanical engineer, and play an instrumental role in innovation throughout your entire career.


Program Degrees

Accreditation Information

UH-Clear Lake is accredited by SACSCOC, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, and has received SACSCOC approval to offer the Mechanical Engineering B.S.

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Admission Requirements

Undergraduate Requirements

Program Faculty

Mohsen Daghooghi
Mohsen Daghooghi

Mohsen Daghooghi

Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering,
Science and Engineering

Contact number: 281-283-3782
Email: daghooghi@uhcl.edu
Office: STEM 2228

Faculty Bio

Youssef Hamidi
Youssef Hamidi

Youssef Hamidi

Assistant Professor Mechanical Engineering,
Science and Engineering

Email: hamidi@uhcl.edu
Office: STEM 2232

Faculty Bio

Jeffrey Mountain
Jeffrey R. Mountain

Jeffrey R. Mountain

Professor and Program Chair Mechanical Engineering Program,
Science and Engineering

Contact number: 281-283-3846
Email: mountain@uhcl.edu
Office: D106

Faculty Bio