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Currently accepting applications for fall 2024

Mechanical Engineering Program Overview

A unique approach to design, analysis, evaluation, and production


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Earn Your Degree and Your License


The Department of Mechanical Engineering offers a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering, and the option to pursue a U.S. Coast Guard Third Assistant Engineer License .

Program Objectives and Outcomes

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A Hands-On, Scientific Approach


The Mechanical Engineering program at Cal Maritime offers a unique educational approach by combining hands-on experiences and math and science-intensive coursework.

Our Majors

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Exciting Career Opportunities


Our Mechanical Engineering (ME) students highly sought after upon graduation, and go on to secure meaningful careers.  

Career Opportunities

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Professional Organizations


Our ME students are members of several professional organizations on campus, led by our dedicated faculty and staff.

On-Campus Organizations

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The School of Engineering


The mission of the School of Engineering is to provide each student with a world-class education and experiential training in engineering and applied technology.

Learn more about the School of Engineering

The Mechanical Engineering program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, https://www.abet.org, under the General Criteria and Mechanical Engineering Program Criteria.



Your journey starts here.

Learn more about Cal Maritime's Mechanical Engineering program. Email us at admission@csum.edu.