Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering

240 Créditos
4 Cursos
110 Plazas

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Traditional training in Mechanical Engineering is geared towards learning the skills required to solve specific problems related to this branch of engineering and acquiring the capacity to deal with the technological changes graduates will have to face throughout their careers (which involves the capacity to face the resolution of new problems). As a result, this training is based on basic knowledge of science and engineering, such as Physics, Mathematics, Graphic Expression, Statistics and Chemistry. In addition, specific training in Mechanics, Solid Mechanics, Structural Mechanics, Thermal Engineering and Fluid Mechanics, set the bases for more technological subjects. In this way, undergraduates receive a multidisciplinary foundation that allows them to have a global perception of all the aspects that interact in the sectors that concern them, and this is achieved by introducing subjects from other branches of engineering into this degree.

Specific technological subjects train undergraduates to participate in the typical activities of their profession. These subjects also highlight the importance of taking into account aspects related to process integration and the rational use of energy in the stages of planning, calculating, analyzing, measuring, testing, use and maintenance of machines, processes, vehicles, structures, constructions and systems. Nowadays, besides their experimental and metrological skills, graduates in Mechanical Engineering must have mastered the cross-curricular computational techniques that facilitate their work in many ways and have therefore become essential tools. This Degree includes computer-aided techniques in the different subjects where they are required.


Recommended Candidate Profile

The recommended candidate profile regarding skills, abilities and previous knowledge is a student who has successfully completed the technological branch of secondary education. More specifically, the following qualities are considered desirable in a student:

  • Basic knowledge of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Graphic Expression and Computers.
  • Full ability to read, reflect and communicate orally and in writing.
  • Knowledge of a foreign language (preferably English).
  • Inquisitiveness, curiosity and initiative.
  • Ability to work as part of a team.
  • Interest in the degree and the profession to which it leads.

Career Options 

  • Design, evaluation, quality control and project management for construction, assembly, maintenance and repair of structures, industrial buildings and systems.
  • Renewable energy projects: thermal solar energy, biomass and waste valorization, geothermal energy,…
  • Energy efficiency of thermal equipment and systems: building energy performance, heat recovery in industrial processes.
  • Design and manufacture of parts, tools and machines for end use or mechanical processes (CAD/CAM/CAE technologies).