MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Apply fundamental laws of maths and science to create mechanical devices that we use every day

Mechanical engineering plays a critical role in solving the world’s grand challenges by producing sustainable energy, providing a safe environment and clean water, building safe and efficient transportation systems, designing new means of energy conversion and storage, and improving mechanical/electrical systems in homes and buildings. Emerging high technology fields of nano-materials and biomechanics are further examples of areas where mechanical engineering plays a vital role. Furthermore, established areas of mechanical engineering such as design, manufacturing, automation and control are essential elements to devising large-scale complex systems that drive the global economy.

Focus Area:

Potential major field of study include but not limited to:

  • Biomechanical Engineering
  • Controls
  • Design
  • Dynamics
  • Energy Science and Technology
  • Fluids
  • Manufacturing Automation
  • Materials
  • Mechanics
  • Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems/Nano
  • Ocean Engineering

Career Pathway:

The versatility of the field means that mechanical engineering graduates would be able to compete for any job that requires competencies in science, technology, and engineering with a strong quantitative backbone. Mechanical engineers carry with them an ability to solve problems, from the known to the unknown, in a logical and reproducible manner, thus allowing for the creation of leading-edge innovations in any sector in which they happen to work. These skills, along with the universally-recognized competencies of mechanical engineers, make a mechanical engineering degree one of the most-sought-after degrees in various industries and sectors today.

Potential career pathways for graduates of Mechanical Engineering include but is not limited to:

  • Application engineer
  • Energy/Mining engineer
  • Product development engineer
  • Manufacturing engineer
  • Aviation/Aerospace engineer
  • Design engineer
  • Maintenance engineer
  • Automotive engineer
  • Water plant engineer
  • Building systems engineer
  • Automation and robotics engineer
  • Control and instrumentation engineer

Curriculum Structure

Laboratories

Laboratories in SU are common facilities, i.e. they are shared by multiple programs.

Graduate Profiles

  • Engineers capable of implementing mathematical, science, and mechanical engineering knowledge to solve problems, and equipping skills based on qualification standards of engineers at the national level, for example the Badan Kerja Sama Teknik Mesin Indonesisa (BKSTM) or Persatuan Insinyur Indonesia (PII).
  • Assistant mechanical engineering researchers capable of designing products based on knowledge of mechanics, material strength, energy conversion, design engineering, and production techniques.
  • Engineers demonstrating the ability to compete and work in a multicultural work environment through bilingual communication, application of information technology, and application of innovation to solve problems in the field of mechanical engineering.
  • Managers who are able to organize co-workers in studying engineering data and combine it with “market demands” to create products that can be used by the public.
  • Engineers demonstrating decision-making ability based on data and information analysis and making accountability for achievement of results.
  • Engineers and managers who create an atmosphere of professional co-operation and are committed to ethical values ​​with accountability to work.

Mechanical Engineering

+ Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (S1)

Degree Plan

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