School of Engineering

In the School of Engineering there are 3 Pillars; Mechanical, Electrical and Building & Construction. The 3 pillars formed a strong foundation in the infrastructure progression of the modern society.
 
The discipline and profession of engineering is the application of scientific knowledge and utilizing the law of nature and physical resources to design and implement materials, structures, machines, devices, systems, and processes to achieve a desired objective and meet specified criteria.
 
More precisely, engineering can be defined as “the creative application of scientific principles”. Engineers design or develop structures, machines, or manufacturing processes, or works utilizing them accordingly or in combination; or to construct or operate the same with full attention of their design; or to forecast their behavior under specific operating conditions; with the end goal of respecting the intended function, economics of operation and safety of life and property.
 
Courses commonly listed under School of Engineering are as below but not limited to:
 
Aeronautical/ Aerospace Engineering
Agricultural Engineering
Automotive Management & Technology
Biomedical Engineering
Chemical & Biopharmaceutical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Computer Science & Software Engineering
Electrical Engineering
Electronic Engineering
Environmental Engineering
Fire Safety Engineering
Construction in Health and Safety
Manufacturing and Design Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Mechatronics Engineering
Energy Engineering
Sustainable Building and Renewable Energy
Wood Science and Technology
Computer and Communications Engineering