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Mechanical and Biomedical Engineering
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Mechanical engineering serves as the basis for all engineering technologies such as automobiles, machinery, electronics, ship-building, construction and other crucial industries. Biomedical engineering utilizes such technology with the objective of developing medical devices to facilitate disease diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. Students are equipped with knowledge of mechanical and biomedical engineering, which act synergistically to produce a desirable talent. Consequently, they can play a pivotal role in diverse research and development opportunities in emerging technologies as well as existing industries.
Courses are offered in solid mechanics, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, dynamics, machine design, machine control, automotive engineering, biomedical engineering, medical device, biomechanics, etc.