Course 2 is a structured program that prepares students for a broad range of career choices in the field of mechanical engineering. It develops the relevant engineering fundamentals, provides experience in their application, and introduces the important methods and techniques of engineering practice.
Course 2-A allows students to combine the essential elements of the structured mechanical engineering program with study in another, complementary field. Starting with a solid mechanical engineering base, students are able to tailor their curriculum to fit their individual focus.
Course 2-A is a customizable bachelor’s degree for students who wish to combine a firm foundation in mechanical engineering with a specialization in ocean engineering. The program includes engineering aspects of ocean sciences, ocean exploration, and those related to the utilization and protection of the oceans.
Underlying all three of our SB degree program options is an unrelenting emphasis on how to build things that work well and make a lasting impact. Through hands-on experience, we teach our students to think creatively, act ethically, and work analytically no matter what engineering problem they face.
Our graduate program is world-renowned, with a focus on mastering the math and science, getting loads of hands-on experience, and learning the creative process.
Class 2.00a, Fundamentals of Engineering Design: Explore Space, Sea and Earth, empowers first-year students to build machines early in their academic careers at MIT.
Using a technoeconomic approach, researchers including Professor Tonio Buonassisi found that thinner silicon wafers could lead to lower solar cell costs and help speed up industry expansion.
Students from the MIT Driverless team, together with students from Delft University of Technology, placed third overall in the Driverless category at the 2019 Formula Student Germany competition in Germany.