“To instill the knowledge that provides a broad grasp of mechanical engineering principles, creates innovativeness, enhances communication and problem-solving abilities. The mechanical engineering program fosters continual improvement in learning modern engineering techniques with moral and ethical responsibilities.”
The goal of the program in Mechanical Engineering Department is to give students a balance of intellectual and practical experiences that enable them to address a variety of societal needs, and prepares students for entry-level work as mechanical engineers or for graduate study in engineering. The Department of Mechanical Engineering emphasizes in Thermal Sciences, Manufacturing & Production Engineering, Mechanics, Design & Vibrations, Fluid Mechanics, Control Engineering, Power, Energy and Quality Control. The curriculum of Mechanical Engineering includes the methodological tools, innovative thought, communication skills, management tools, and provide students the opportunities to work efficiently as individuals and in groups. Students are required to apply the theoretical knowledge to real world problems and gain hands-on engineering experiences that require problem designing, team work, communication, time management and economic analysis. The department encourages and helps students to pursue internships that link academic knowledge to lifelong work experiences.