Department of Mechanical Engineering
The Mechanical Engineering Department is responsible for the teaching of such field of study as:
• Engineering Thermodynamics • Solid Mechanics • Production Technology • Automobile • Fluid Mechanics • Renewable Energy
“Be a nationally recognized mechanical engineering department that attracts, rewards and retains outstanding faculty, students and staff”
“Prepare Mechanical Engineering Students for Successful Careers”
Programme Educational Objectives(PEOs)
The Programme Educational Objectives are formulated in such a way as to describe and target probable and possible professional and career growth accomplishments for the graduates of the Engineering programme that are achievable and measurable a few years after graduation. Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs): The Department has established the following objectives:
Each of the 3 PEOs has direct Assessment Indicators (AIs) to measure the graduates' achievement of PEOs respectively, as listed below:
Objective 1: To produce well-trained mechanical engineer in implementing the impact of engineering solutions for a global, economical, environmental and societal context.
Objective 2: To attain competent collaborators and effective leader for needs of society and technical fields.
Objective 3: To continue life-long learning and achieve professional development in a broad range of related technical fields, public health and safety.
Moreover, the achievement of the programme’s PEOs by the graduates is made feasible through the successful attainment and measurement of the Graduate Attributes (GAs) which are formulated to ensure full coverage of all measurable attributes pertaining to the Engineering programme students’ abilities and skills acquired during their study period at the University.
PEO 1 - Technical Competence
PEO 2 - Communication Skills/ Leadership
PEO 3 - Professional Ethics/ Lifelong Learning
Graduate Attributes (GA)
The Mechanical Engineering Department has established the following learning outcomes in order to successfully achieve and satisfy our program objectives. These outcomes are subordinate to the program objectives and represent the skills and attributes our students should GAs at the time of graduation. At the end of six years programme, the graduates will be able to:
(1) Apply knowledge of mathematics, basic engineering science, English and basic electrical and electronic engineering to solve the complex mechanical engineering problems.
(2) Identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using advanced mathematics, physics and material science.
(3) Design solutions for complex engineering problems to meet desired needs with realistic constraints for economical, environmental, societal and public health and safety.
(4) Conduct investigation of complex engineering problems using literature survey, results of engineering experiments in workshops and laboratories as well as to analyse and interpret data information from research.
(5) Apply modern engineering technique and tools using programming, engineering practices with an understanding of the limitation resources.
(6) Assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice and solutions to complex mechanical related problems.
(7) Evaluate the impact of engineering work in economical, environmental and societal context.
(8) Understand commitment of professional ethics and responsibilities and apply related fields.
(9) Employ effectively as an individual and in diverse team work and in multi-disciplinary settings.
(10) Communicate an engineering community and society to present effective report and design documentation with clear instructions.
(11) Demonstrate engineering management principle and apply own work and management facilities in project as a leader of team.
(12) Recognize the needs for life-long learning in broadest technological change and engage the ability of technological context.