Key Learning Outcomes
- have access to advanced knowledge in the field of mechanical engineering through scientific research; evaluate, interpret and apply knowledge.
- have extensive knowledge on recent techniques and methods used in mechanical engineering, and the constraints of these techniques and methods.
- complete and apply knowledge based on limited or deficient data through scientific methods; integrate knowledge from different disciplines.
- have awareness of new and developing applications in the profession; examine and learn these applications, when required.
- define problems related with mechanical engineering; and develop methods for their solution, and use innovative methods in problem solving.
- generate new and/or original ideas and methods; and develop innovative solutions in system, component or process designs.
- design and conduct analytical, modeling and experiment-based research; solve and interpret complex problems encountered in this process.
- assume the leadership role in multi-disciplinary teams; produce solutions in complicated situations and take responsibility.
- report systematically and clearly in written or oral form the processes and results of their research/work in national and international settings.
- describe social and environmental aspects of engineering applications
- comply with social, scientific and ethical values in the process of collecting, interpreting and reporting data, and in all professional activities