Welcome to the Undergraduate Programs web site for the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Florida. We hope this web site will serve as a valuable resource for future, current and former students. If you have questions or want more information, please don't hesitate to contact Dr. Bruce Carroll, Mrs. Salena Robinson or Ms. Shirley Robinson.
Both the Mechanical Engineering and Aerospace Engineering Bachelor of Science programs are accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET. ABET is the recognized accreditor for college and university programs in applied science, computing, engineering and technology.
Click here to download information about the Aerospace Engineering educational objectives and student outcomes
Click here to download information about the Mechanical Engineering educational objective and student outcomes
For current degree and enrollment data see
Academic Learning Compacts
Information on the academic learning compacts for undergraduate programs in Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering are provided in the undergraduate catalog. Details of the assessment plan for the academic learning compacts, including examples of the assessment tools utilized, are provided at these two links:
The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department offers the following degrees:
Any prospective high school or transfer student will find this section useful for gathering all information pertinent to undergraduate admission.
This section has information to help you successfully complete your degree. Learn more about our schedule of courses, teaching assistant schedules and how to solve common advising problems in our FAQ section.
Here you will find the necessary forms for course approval, individual study registration, change of major, co-op registration, internship registration and many others.
Find out if these undergraduate, graduate and professional job listings suit you and your skill set. For help with your resume and job interview skills, check out the Career Resource Center.
Students are encouraged to get active in the student chapters of the engineering professional societies and honor societies.
Explore the exciting research opportunities the MAE department offers. Research will enhance your undergraduate experience by giving you the chance to apply the concepts you learn in class. Do not hesitate to ask faculty or graduate students about possible undergraduate research positions.
- Graduating with Honors
- Undergraduate Scholarships
- University Scholars Program
- McNair Scholars Programs
Learn more about the requirements of graduating with honors and the numerous honors undergraduate programs/scholarships you may be eligible for. Please visit the UF Honors Program for more information about prestigious scholarships such as the Truman, Goldwater, Udall, Beinecke among many others.
Refer to the FAQ if you have any unanswered questions about the MAE undergraduate program.