We have a systematic curriculum that ideally combines introductory and applied theory courses in engineering, mathematics and physics with lab classes that practice design and software techniques. Graduates of our program, well educated in the fundamentals of mechanical engineering, are currently performing as active and talented professional engineers at business sites and research institutions. In addition to our accredited engineering education program, undergraduate students are also invited to actively participate in research studies of our faculty and are offered diverse and in-depth education opportunities.
Students move on to pursue careers in industries that traditionally demand mechanical engineering experts such as the automotive, aerospace, shipbuilding, mechanical device and energy industries, as well as other relevant areas including the electronics, steel, IT, construction and plant industries. Recently, graduates are also active in the insurance and financial sectors, illustrating the vast opportunities open to graduates of our program.