Major in Mechanical Design and Fabrication
This program provides graduates with solid knowledge and reality marketable skills in the area of manufacturing engineering. It prepares students foundation in sciences complemented by general technical courses in mechanical design and fabrication and in digital precision manufacturing.
a.) Apply innovative and critical thinking in the integration of well-defined knowledge in mathematics and science to solve wide practical procedures and practices in mechanical design and fabrication problems.
b.) Identify, analyze well-defined technology and engineering problems in mechanical design & fabrication processes and finding validated solutions through analytical tools and application of knowledge of diverse and multi-disciplinary competencies.
c.) Design solutions, systems and processes for well-defined technical problems that meets the specified needs responsive to realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability in accordance to generally accepted standards while working collaboratively and respectfully as a member or leader of diverse teams.
d.) Conduct investigation on well-defined engineering and technology problems, evaluate and interpret data expedient for designs and experiments through standard tests and measurements procedures for sustainable manufacturing systems solutions on current economic demands in local, national and global levels even in the face of adverse circumstances and uncertainties.
e.) Apply expertise and effectively use relevant modern enabling technology and engineering tools to well-defined engineering problems necessary for manufacturing engineering technology applications.
f.) Convey ideas clearly through knowledge of current events and adopt relevant solutions to well-defined engineering problems concerning societal issues in the development of quality human capital, technology solutions and economic enterprises.
g.) Examine the job output of the manufacturing engineering technician and its effect to solutions of well-defined engineering problems necessary for sustainable economic and environmental development in local, national and global context.
h.) Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior and proper customs in the practice of mechanical design and fabrication profession and in the application of diverse, multi-disciplinary, and well-defined knowledge and competencies to promote equity and social justice in the community.
i.) Function independently, collaboratively and effectively as individual, member or leader of well-defined multidisciplinary, trans-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams engage in mechanical design and fabrication innovations.
j.) Communicate persuasively and effectively well-defined engineering activities and technical project information and documentation in writing or in personal presentation and conversation especially in technology, engineering and societal engagements.
k.) Effectively demonstrate knowledge and understanding of well-defined technology and engineering management principles as a member or leader of diverse teams and to manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
l.) Recognize the need for, and engage in life-long learning in the field of mechanical design and fabrication to discuss and demonstrate expertise through integration of well-defined ideas, methods, theory and practice in the latest development in relevant technologies.
m.) Exhibit critical and creative thinking and apply analytical and quantitative reasoning to address clear and well-defined challenges through engaging in mechanical design and fabrication technology research and development allied towards local and national development agenda and/or goals.