What to expect at Saint Martin's
Engineering at Saint Martin’s is growing. An exemplary faculty and strong focus on the undergraduate experience is being coupled with new infrastructure and new technology. Cebula Hall (built in 2013) -- home to the School of Engineering -- is the most energy efficient building with LEED Platinum Certification in the Western Hemisphere. Engineering students are exposed to a broad range of topics that give them the facility to adapt to an ever-changing professional environment. With our faculty’s breadth of knowledge and depth of experience, students have access to a wide variety of specialty courses from aerospace to biomedical engineering.
Additional benefits include:
- The BS in the Mechanical Engineering Program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, www.abet.org.
- Non-competitive system: students who are qualified are accepted into the program
- Five year program for academically qualified students: combine an undergraduate degree with a master's degree
- NEW! Industrial building (2016-17) includes labs for fluids, manufacturing, robotics and mechatronics, soils and materials testing
- Contact with local engineers and alumni through the Engineering Advisory Board (EAB), which advises students on their education and internships
4+1 dual degree program
Qualified students earn bachelor's and MCE, MME, or MEM in 5 years
Undergraduate students in civil engineering can start their master’s degree in either civil engineering or engineering management. Undergraduate students in mechanical engineering can start their master’s degree in mechanical engineering.
Research, internships, and study abroad
- Proximity to the Washington state capital allows for access to quality internships opportunities
- Students have had the internships or gone on to work with Boeing, Intel, state and federal government agencies and local manufacturing and engineering firms
- Dean interviews and works with all senior students on their next steps
- STEM internships and career fairs offered each semester
- Students work side-by-side with faculty on research projects
- Yearly real-world projects with Engineers Without Borders in Papua, New Guinea
Due to the versatility, flexibility and ability of mechanical engineers to work in a team, a wide spectrum of career opportunities is open to them, solving technical problems or taking on managerial responsibilities. Mechanical engineers work in areas as diverse as:
- Aerospace and defense
- Energy systems
- Propulsion, automotive, and transportation systems
- Automated manufacturing and robotics
Some of our graduates further their education with advanced degrees in science, engineering, business, or medicine.