B.Eng (ME) Programme
The ME curriculum is spread typically over four years of full-time study, preparing you for a professional career as a mechanical engineer, and also for higher studies. You build a solid foundation of knowledge and skills essential for mechanical engineers, putting these into practice through a capstone group design project, as well as an individual research project. Courses on communication, business and other social sciences complement the technical subjects to give you well-rounded perspectives.
The ME programme is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Board (EAB) of Singapore, which is a signatory of the Washington Accord. This means that as our graduate, you will be accepted for the practice of engineering at the professional level in countries that are part of this Accord, including USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan and Korea.
1 General Education modules
2 Examples: Critical Thinking & Writing; Engineering Professionalism
3 Mechanical Engineering Technical Modules
4 Allow students to explore greater breadth or depth in any subject and at any level. Students may use these modules to meet the requirements for a specialisation, minor, double major, double degree, or concurrent Bachelor-Master degree. UEMs also include modules such as those in Science (e.g. Forensic Science), Arts (e.g. Japanese Language) and Business.