The field of mechanical engineering covers two broad areas: the thermal system and the mechanical system. The traditional courses in mechanical engineering that include power plant engineering, industrial plant engineering and machine design are supplemented by new and emerging fields such as renewable energy systems, mechatronics, control system and computer applications. The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program has the following distinctive features: elective courses in the new and emerging technologies; industry immersion or on-the-job training; research project; and a culminating design project. The program also offers new courses such as technopreneurship, design thinking and bio-engineering.
The graduates of the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program are:
By the time of graduation, the students should have/ be able to:
Students may choose an elective in their senior year
Deals with the basic concepts on the design and system components of vehicles. It includes topics such as safety of motor vehicles, engine emissions and control, engine fuel control systems and engine friction and lubrication.
Tackles the fundamental principles of industrial automation and robotics. It covers topics such as introduction to robotics, industrial robots, industrial electronic components and mechanical system interfacing.
Focuses on basic design concepts and components of thermal systems. It covers topics such as design of thermal system, indoor environmental quality in buildings, design of building piping system and air-conditioning ductworks.
Graduates of B.S.M.E. program may opt to work as:
Instrumentation and controls engineer
Industrial product designer
Plant safety engineer
Power plant engineer
HVAC & R engineer
Thermo Fluid Laboratory consists of equipment for thermodynamic properties measurement & calibration and fluid machineries such as pumps, compressors and fans.
Machine Shop consists of machines utilized for common machining techniques for wood and metals such as milling, drilling, forming, rolling and cutting.
Instrumentation and Control/Thermal Cycles Laboratory consists of equipment for instrumentation, control engineering, refrigeration, air-conditioning, heating and power generation.
Welding/Material Science Room consists of machines used for welding and mechanical testing of materials
Room F1104 11th Floor, FIT Building
Office Hours: M-F, 8:00AM ─ 5:00PM
Trunkline: (02) 8281 8888 Local 121
Program Director of Mechanical Engineering