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Department of Mechanical Engineering

From the basics of manufacturing engineering to leading-edge technology. Strive to be an engineer of the future

Department of Mechanical Engineering
The aim of this program is to train creative, highly inquisitive engineers equipped with a comprehensive knowledge of mechanical engineering built on a solid foundation of hands-on fabrication and production technology. These engineers will have the capability to design machinery and develop manufacturing and processing technology.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

The main content of study of each school year

Year 1

Exploring familiar mechanical mechanisms

 You will acquire the basic knowledge needed for engineering and will broaden your cultural horizons while studying the fundamentals of specialized disciplines.

  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Hands-on Training
  • Computer Base
  • Engineering Ethics
Year 2

Taking up the challenge of hands-on fabrication

 You will learn the basic core knowledge needed for mechanical engineering and start designing and making real devices in laboratory and practical classes.

  • Practical Fabrication and Engineering
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Manufacturing Practice
  • Fundamental Experiments in Engineering
  • Chemistry
Year 3

More advanced specialized subjects with more advanced laboratory and practical classes

 You will start classes on design, processing, materials, and engineering, increasing your level of specialization.

  •  Thermodynamics
  • Mechanics
  • Design and Drawing
  • Manufacturing Practice
  • Fundamental Experiments in Engineering
Year 4

Start on fundamental research in preparation for your senior project

 To deepen your knowledge of mechanical engineering, you will pursue more highly specialized subjects and laboratory work.

  • Fluid Dynamics
  • Heat Transfer Engineering
  • Engineering Measurements
  • Experiments in System Engineering
  • Fundamental Research
Year 5

You will work mostly on your senior project, paving the way toward becoming a fully fledged engineer

 In addition to studying applied technology, you will engage in research and development utilizing all the knowledge you have thus far acquired.

  • Graduation Research
  • Control Engineering
  • Simulation Engineering
  • Vibration Engineering
  • Heat Engine