Major

Graduating Class 2018
The department offers the Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech) in Mechanical Engineering with the option of minor in any other stream of interest. The curricula of our undergraduate program have been designed to fill the existing gap between the industry and academia, so that we produce thorough professionals ready to face the challenges of the real world, including an understanding of the socio-economic, environmental, regulatory and ethical issues relevant to the engineering profession.

The flexibility of SNU's curriculum allows students to customize their programs to meet their own interests. Students combine core courses in math, science and engineering with electives in the arts, humanities, social sciences and business. Students build on their foundation throughout their program of study by engaging in experiential learning in order to gain a hands-on experience in applying classroom concepts in the real world.

A final-year project provides them the opportunity to work in multi-disciplinary teams to pursue an engineering idea from conception to design. Strong partnerships with industry and funded research provide great opportunities for undergraduate student research and internships. SNU’s engineering graduates are trained to understand the broad social, economic and ethical implications of their work and to be cognizant of their professional responsibilities. We work with a strong belief that our unique amalgamation of research and industry-led courses will establish SNU as a strong academic leader globally.