Learning Outcomes and Careers

The Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Education Study Program BMEESP curriculum is directed to produce a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering Education who can act as a vocational teacher, instructors, and educational staff. Deepening competency expertise, students are equipped with three skills which include:
1. Engineering Skills
These skills are intended to equip students with fundamental and apllied skills in application of mechanical engineering design. Students are enrich with skills to use various software such as AutoCAD, Inventor, Solidwork, ANSYS, etc.
2. Machining Skills
Machining skills are focused on equipping students to have the ability to plan the production process. Students are equipped with the ability to appllied conventional conventional and non-conventional machines including turning, milling, grinding, EDM, and CNC with 2 or 3 axis.
3. Fabrication Skills
This skill is directed to equip students with the ability to plan and carry out fabrication and welding processes. In practice, students are equipped with the ability to do metal forming, material testing, and various kinds ofwelding (SMAW, GTAW, TIG, MIG) for various materials and welding positions.