Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical engineering is very broad in scope and is pertinent to a variety of engineering activities and products, such as transportation vehicles, energy generation, machine mechanisms, manufacturing systems, structures and processing plants. The mechanical engineering program provides a solid foundation for work in all of these fields.

“At LMU, I didn't just learn technical engineering skills, I learned communication and teamwork skills."
Andrea Montes De Oca
 “LMU helped me see what I wanted to do and to achieve those dreams.”
Explore different research topics students can participate in
Amanuel Matias ’21 started LMU’s chapter of Quality of Life Plus, an organization challenging STEM students to design assistive technology for people with disabilities.
Joshua Fuentes, a 4+1 master's student in systems engineering, tackles the problem of how to improve the efficiency of a food bank in California.
Students are using the technology to program, produce and assemble face shields for LMU healthcare workers and faculty to use.
Students working in a laboratory
Loyola Marymount Aerospace Research Society to build hybrid rocket and compete in Base 11 Challenge.
Engineering for humanity road trip
Student group addresses local and international humanitarian needs.