Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering in the Philippines
The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) is a five-year degree program in the Philippines that focuses on the fundamental knowledge and skills of mechanical engineering. This revolves around the design, production, and maintenance of machines from simple home appliances, gadgets, and automobiles, to more complicated industrial equipment, robots, and jet engines.
Some of the courses you may take while enrolled in this program include:
- Machine Elements
- Machine Shop Theory
- Fluid Mechanics
- Industrial Processes
- Workshop Theory and Practice
- Fluid Machinery
- Vibration Engineering
- Machine Design
- Safety Engineering
- Combustion Engineering
- Industrial Plant Engineering
- Power Plant Engineering
- Engineering Management
- Refrigeration Systems
- Air Conditioning and Ventilation Systems
- ME Laws, Ethics, Codes and Standards
Aside from taking the courses mentioned above, you may also undergo an On-the-Job Training at industrial plants, manufacturing companies, service companies, engineering contracting companies, and management consultancy firms in order to give you a closer look at how professional mechanical engineers work.
Qualified graduates of BS Mechanical Engineering can find employment in any of the following fields:
- Power and Energy Engineering
- Automotive Engineering
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Mechatronics and Robotics
- Heating, Ventilating, Air-conditioning and Refrigeration
- Biomedical Engineering
- Instrumentation and Controls
Passing the Licensure Examination for Mechanical Engineers is one of the requirements in seeking employment in the Engineering industry. Please visit the official website of the Professional Regulatory Commission for more information.
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I had enrolled in bs architecture in first semester but i’d like to be an engineer someday a mechanical engineer…if i am going to shift my course in the next semester,is it back to zero? I’m a incoming Freshman student.
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I am Fiel Silang, mechanical engineering student at malayan colleges laguna. I need a application form for transferee and I would like to know the curriculum of mechanical engineering course. I need also the requirements for transferee. Can somebody help me?
i would like to inquire regarding the enrollment for Mechanical engineering/ Civil enineering.
I am cindy garciano,a degree holder, graduated last 2009 from Gensantos Foundation College with the course BAchelor of Science in Commerce major in Marketing. i would like to have my second course and am interested in exploring the world of engineering. can somebody help me?
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