- Strength of Materials
- Dynamics of Machinery
- Fluid Mechanics
- Control Engineering
- Engineering Mechanics
- Theory of Mechanism
- Heat Transfer
- Introduction to Materials Science
- Mechanics of Machining Processes
- Mechanical Drawing
- Experiments on Mechanical Engineering
This field aims to train professional engineers who can develop functional and safety-enhancing devices or energy conversion devices that support industrial infrastructure.
Accordingly, students will acquire advanced knowledge and skills related to evaluation and control of mechanical properties of materials and machine elements, mechanical properties of biological tissue, thermofluid energy (transmission, conversion, storage, and use), efficient power transmission, elastoplastic collision transformation, surface defects, occurrence of vibration/sound, robot control, biological tissue, computational mechanics, microfabrication phenomena, environmentally-compatible production technology, complex turbulence, composite energy systems, technologies to reduce environmental load, and flow control.