Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

Problem solvers for the society

Mechanical engineers use principles such as heat, force, and the conservation of mass and energy to analyze static and dynamic physical systems, in contributing to the design of things, such as:

  • automobiles, aircraft, and other vehicles,
  • thermal-fluid systems,
  • hybrid energy systems,
  • household appliances,
  • industrial equipment and machinery,
  • weapon systems,
  • robotics,
  • control systems,
  • computational fluid dynamics, etc.

Does this sound like you?
Are you a problem-solver?

Programs of Study

Currently we are offering the following programs of study:




Our Faculty Welcomes You

The faculty would like to welcome you to the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering at Tennessee State University. Feel free to contact any faculty or staff member in the Department if you desire additional information. We would also invite you to make a personal visit to learn more about our programs.

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Students with Chair

 Students Meeting with Chair Regarding Curriculum Improvement

 Solar Team Pi Calibration
PV-TE Solar Capstone Design Team Calibrating Raspberry Pi 3

ME | Innovation Progressing Today's World

Smart Micro-grid Energy System

Smart Micro-grid Energy System

Hurricane Storm Surge Model Comparison

Hurricane Storm Surge Model (CFD) Development


Large Eddy Simulation of Sandia Flame D

Morphing wing1

Morphing Wings to Control  and Optimize Aircraft Missions

Our Mission

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