- The program is world-renowned for an applied, practical curriculum which is augmented with hands-on learning in labs and in the field
- Students will learn about the physical principles of an object’s design: its appearance; how the individual components work; and how to manufacture it and make it safe, economical, efficient, easy to use
- Students can choose one specialization area from Bioengineering, Energy & Environment, Manufacturing, Mechatronics, and Solid Mechanics
- Graduates may pursue a career in a vast number of areas like designing communication systems, computers, assistive medical devices etc.
- Students will study courses in physics, risk assessment, thermodynamics, biomechanics and sustainable energy