Mechanical, Civil, and Aeronautical Engineering Department
Mechanical, Civil & Aeronautical Engineering encompasses the foundational skills of the engineering profession.
Clark's program teaches students to develop creative solutions to everyday issues. We offer three concentration areas in engineering that have wide-ranging employment possibilities including include robotics, architecture, and aerospace industries.
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Engineering Foundations to Spark Your Future
Engineering offers creative solutions to issues we encounter in our day-to-day lives. From the roads we use to the planes we travel in, using scientific principles and engineering methods can lead towards better solutions to enhance or replace existing technologies.
The Mechanical, Civil & Aeronautical engineering program at Clark offers students three concentration areas for students to pursue a field of interest that best fits their long-term career goals.
Mechanical engineering is a diverse field that involves engineering principles and application in different manufacturing processes. This can range from building sensors for robotic systems to developing parts for aircrafts.
Civil engineers work in a variety of fields that include construction, architecture, and power generation. Civil engineers focus on designing economical and effective ways for everyday needs like roads, bridges, and water delivery systems.
Aeronautical engineers focus on the design and building of aircraft or flight enabled devices. Their expertise centers on air travel but knowledge and skill can be useful in other fields, such as automotive design with their knowledge of aerodynamics.
Employment opportunities for Mechanical, Civil, and Aeronautical engineers exist in a variety of formats: city engineer, structural engineer, process engineer, mechanical design engineer, and flight test engineer.
Clark offers an Associates in Science Transfer degree (AST2) designed for students planning to transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a bachelor's degree program in engineering. The job titles listed are opportunities based on a bachelor’s degree and above.