The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program focuses on teaching students the processes and systems necessary for building machinery including aircrafts, spacecrafts, watercrafts, trains, medical equipment, and home appliances, as well as textiles. We provide students with theories in chemistry and physics that will help them as they design and develop machineries that people will use. Graduates of the BS Mechanical Engineering program must take the board exams conducted by the Professional Regulation Commission to become professionals.
As professional mechanical engineers, our graduates may provide services including consultation, estimation and valuation of machineries or equipment, planning, preparing, design and installation, quality management and research. They may also work as a professor in any of the Mechanical Engineering subjects in any educational institution.