Resume is different from CV in a sense that it should not include any information that can be used to discriminate against a candidate - information that American employers are forbidden to ask for by law - and that European CVs often include.
In short it should not contain any information about your age, gender, race, nationality and so on.
Resume is focused primarily on your work experience and relevant skills as they were applied in your previous employment. If you are a young person with little experience you can include more extensive information on your education.
Otherwise, if you have more than 10 years of experience, American employers don't care about your education beyond knowing your education level: "Master of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute" is enough. If they care about specific education requirements, it will be included in the job description.
There are many Resume examples online to look at. You might get extra points for making an effort to send an actual Resume rather than CV... :-)