The Mechanical Engineering curriculum is geared towards providing the student with a strong foundation in the discipline, an understanding of the component fields of fluid and thermal sciences, mechanics, materials, system dynamics and control, manufacturing and product design, the skills of analysis and design for engineering new products and processes, and the competencies that will enable them to innovate, to address new and challenging problems. Our curriculum prepares the student for the workplace or further study by gaining mastery of the concepts through projects and assignments, experience in real-world applications and practices through industry internships, and exposure to ongoing research problems and the methodology of research and innovation through the Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP). In order to earn a B. Tech. degree in Mechanical Engineering, a student should earn a minimum of 157 credits in the course of their study.
Learn more about required Credits to graduate and the semester-wise divisions.
Learn more about Undergraduate Research Programme.
Know more about the Semester Abroad Programme.