About The Department

Of the many engineering disciplines, mechanical engineering is the broadest, encompassing a wide variety of engineering fields and many specialties. Although it is commonly assumed that mechanical engineers are automotive engineers, in fact, mechanical engineers are employed in an enormous range of technical areas including: acoustics, air-conditioning, automatic controls, computer-aided design, energy management, fluid dynamics, tribology, robotics, biomechanics, and turbomachinery, just to name a few. Mechanical engineering is a challenging, rewarding, and highly respected profession, a profession the Department of Mechanical Engineering asupports through its commitment to excellence in its teaching, research, scholarship, and service missions.


As an engineer, it is important that you not only learn the technical concepts of your field, but also different modes of thought and areas of human accomplishment to better understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context.


Mechanical engineering is among the most diversified of the traditional engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers design and build machines and devices that enable humans to live and work in space, in the air, on the ground, and under water.Mechanical Engineering Department focuses on our high-caliber undergraduate and post graduate programs, which combine solid education in the fundamentals,opportunitiesto explore their research interests and a strong emphasis on analysis prepares students for research


1. Utilize fundamental technical knowledge and skills in mathematics, science, and engineering to analyze and solve problems, and apply these abilities to generate new knowledge, ideas or products in academia, industry or government.

2. Demonstrate practical experience and organizational skills, and can interact and communicate effectively (written and/or oral) with others (e.g., supervisor, client and/or team) with an appreciation for intellectual diversity, involved in the project.

3. Demonstrate leadership and/or assumes roles of increasing responsibility that benefits themselves and their employers.

4. Recognize the importance of and engagement in life-long learning through:
(a) Self-study,
(b) Continuing education courses or workshops, and/or
(c) formal graduate level education, and encourage co-workers to have this same motivation.

5. Understand professional and ethical responsibilities toward peers, employers, and society and follows these precepts in their daily lives.