The acquisition of a basic knowledge concerning Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Mechanical Engineering focuses extensively the use and conversion of energy, designing and manufacturing various types of machinery (using various types of engines, motors, and hydraulic devices), material selection, structure design, and endurance evaluation. Today, the field of Mechanical Engineering has broadened its field into electronics, factory automation, CAD/CAM, robotics and mechatronics, energy engineering, semiconductor production processes, MEMS, and bioengineering. Almost all manufactured goods from semiconductor parts to automobile parts, refrigerators, power plants, ships, as well as airplanes, are dealt with in our department. Our curriculum can be divided into two parts starting from elementary level to specialty level. At the elementary level, students learn basic courses such as engineering mechanics, engineering mathematics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, solid mechanics, manufacturing processes, internal combustion engine, introduction to design, mechanical drawing, CAD and other core courses required in this field. At the specialty level, students learn tribology, mechatronics related to the fluid power control, computational heat and fluid dynamics, and automobile engineering.
Foster professional mechanical engineers equipped with design capability and adaptability tothe real field of machinery industry.
Nurture professional mechanical engineers armed with creativity and life-time learning ability
Nourish talents leading the knowledge-based society and possessing proper job ethics.
Career Path after Graduation
Our graduates are offered job opportunities in virtually all industries, since mechanical engineering forms the basis for most industrial fields. They mainly work for automobile, electronics, and heavy/ engineering companies.Some of them work in state-owned/industrial research institutes after getting a master’s or doctoral degree. In addition, they may attain a position of engineer or R&D staff in newly rising cutting-edge industries such as energy development, environmental plants, robotics, production automation, or mechatronics.