BS Mechanical Engineering

Program Introduction

Mechanical engineering is the discipline of engineering that applies the principles of physics and materials science for design, manufacturing, operations, analysis and maintenance of mechanical systems. Production and usage of heat and mechanical power; design and analysis of production machinery, industrial equipment, heating and cooling systems, aircrafts, watercrafts; industrial automation, design and production of medical devices etc. are all directly or indirectly related to mechanical engineering.

This field requires an understanding of core concepts including mechanics, kinematics, thermodynamics, materials science, and structural analysis. Drawing upon these core concepts and the knowledge base from cross-disciplinary (non)engineering fields like aerospace, electrical, civil, chemical, biomedical and metallurgical sciences, mechanical engineers have contributed extensively in realizing technological advancements in the world today.

The Mechanical Engineering program at SEN is designed to prepare its students to become leaders in industry, government, and academia. Particular attention is paid so that graduates of our program have solid grounds in scientific, mathematical, and technical knowledge.

Our coursework keeps pace with current relevant technologies. The undergraduate Mechanical Engineering curriculum includes foundation courses in mathematics, physics, and chemistry. Engineering courses in fundamental areas constitute much of the remaining curriculum. A few technical electives allow the undergraduate student to specialize somewhat or to pursue broader understanding in a particular area. A senior capstone project experience culminates the curriculum.

Program Details

4 Years

A level or FSc (Pre-Engineering) or equivalent with minimum 60% marks and no 3rd division in matriculation.

50% marks in NTS\UMT entry test

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