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Mechanics Programs - Online and Campus Degrees

Mechanical engineering is a career area that spans many different industries, from automotive and marine engineering to computer engineering, and you can choose many different career paths within the umbrella of mechanical engineering.

Getting qualified is the first step in gaining your place in the mechanical engineering world, and although you can study at almost any level, you need a degree in order to be able to be considered a professional in the field. You can study at associate's or bachelor's degree level, and many mechanical engineering schools offer graduate programs.
You will be studying principles of engineering, physics and math as well as more applied subject areas, and you will be able to specialise in a particular area of mechanical engineering. Your program will allow you to be able to apply your

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