The graduate program at the Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME) is designed to edify young engineers who will be at the forefront of engineering profession leading a way to improve engineering systems with the specialization listed below. These specialized areas bring together the faculty and young engineers into a group of intellectuals with a common interest in research and innovation and give them the opportunity for advanced studies. Research turns money to knowledge whereas innovation converts knowledge to money. It is practiced here by strong linkage with industry and dedicated research teams of the ME and allied departments.
Mechanical Engineering is concerned with the design, development, manufacturing, and operation of a wide variety of energy conversion and machine systems. The program, although rooted in mechanical engineering, may be significantly interdisciplinary. Generally, the graduate programs are designed to encourage students to develop an understanding and capability to use engineering analysis tools in solving a broad spectrum of problems faced in industry. Coursework is supplemented through collaborative work of faculty with their ongoing research and industry of repute for their assenting feedback, so as to prepare young engineers for career involving technical innovation and leadership and to be in a place where one stands second to none.
With our experienced faculty and dedicated staff, the department of ME is well equipped for the challenges of this competitive world. Innovation and excellence can’t be achieved until one works and strives for improvement unremittingly, the future comes on its own, but progress does not. We invite you to face these challenges with us.
The specializations in Mechanical Engineering are as follows: