Our goal at
the School of Mechanical Engineering Technologies is to provide you with skills
employers are looking for. Just like the industry itself, your learning
environment will be hands-on. You will have the opportunity to learn and work
in the College’s machine shops, electrical and process engineering labs and
robotics facilities to ensure that you move quickly and seamlessly into the
industry upon graduation.
You also have the opportunity to work on exciting and challenging design
projects. In previous years our mechanical engineering students designed a
collapsible wind turbine and an electric Vespa, and electro-mechanical
engineering students designed a robot.
Brown’s learning environment has a strong international component. In addition
to sharing a classroom with international students from around the world you
have several opportunities for international
fieldwork and international field trips. You can also take advantage of academic pathways
available to various education institutions overseas. The GBC curriculum
benefits from our many global partnerships and our credentials are geared
towards preparing you for the global marketplace.
School of Mechanical Engineering Technologies: Learning Environment (video)