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About Us

The Mechanical Engineering Department offers a tight-knit community. Our students have plenty of facetime with professors in classrooms and labs, and many pursue research projects one-on-one with faculty. Others choose to do an internship off-campus and get real-world industry experience.

There is a wide variety of coursework to choose from and many areas to specialize in, as well as co-curricular opportunities to match every interest. The Mechanical Engineering Department offers a supportive community of faculty, alumni and peers — it’s no wonder that our students are pursuing contests, fellowships and careers all over the world.

Meet a Mechanical Engineering Major: Antoneta Rukaj

Inspired by her female professors, mechanical engineering major Antoneta Rukaj joined the Society of Women Engineers at Manhattan College as a way to connect with other women in the field.

Our Programs

The Mechanical Engineering Department gives you the tools to work in a variety of important fields, ranging from automotive, aerospace or biomedical engineering to construction, green building design or solar power. The department offers two degrees:

  • Meet our Faculty

    Our faculty are leaders in their fields. Find the complete list of faculty currently teaching in the Mechanical Engineering department.
  • Faculty Emeriti in this Department

    The below is a complete list of living faculty members who retired from Mechanical Engineering department and hold emeritus status

    • Dr. Vincent Antonetti, Professor Emeritus
    • Dr. Robert Berlin, Associate Professor Emeritus
    • Dr. Richard Conte, Associate Professor Emeritus
    • Dr. Kenneth Lawrence, Professor Emeritus
    • Dr. Philip Pritchard, Professor Emeritus