Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineers design and develop engines and machines in general. Automobiles, tractors and harvesters, cooling and air conditioning equipment, heating systems, among other products, are some of the benefits brought to society by virtue of the actions carried out by them. Job prospects for mechanical engineers are very good, both in the private and in the public sector. They may work in industries, teach and conduct research, conduct technical and economic viability studies, arrange visits, evaluations, design technical reports among many other things that the market can offer.

LEVEL CREDIT CODE COURSES
1 95300-04 Calculus I
48319-04 Technical Drawing
4442S-02 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering
4442U-02 Dimensional Quality
4311P-04 General Chemistry
2 4443S-04 Materials Science
4621L-04 Computing and Troubleshooting I
95301-04 Calculus II
48325-02 Technical Drawing II
4442T-02 Project Development
4442V-08 Elective courses
42188-04 Elementary Mechanics
4440K-04 Practicum Work
3 4115P-02 Differential and Integral Calculus III
42187-04 Electromagnetism
4610T-02 Computational Tools
4444B-02 Ceramic Materials
4444A-04 Metallic Materials
44647-02 Robot Programming
4444H-04 Applied Thermodynamics
4115S-02 Matrix Algebra
4 4115R-04 Differential and Integral Calculus IV
4210B-04 Rigid Body Dynamics
4453G-02 Electrotechnology in Mechanical Engineering
4444D-02 Casting
95305-04 Applied Mathematics
4444E-02 Polymeric Materials
42190-04 Waves and Modern Physics
95304-04 Probability and Statistics
5 11521-04 Humanism and Religious Culture
4444J-04 Mechanisms and Dynamics of Machinery
4444L-04 Fluid Mechanics
4421R-04 Strength of Materials I – Mechanical Engineering
4444M-04 Welding
4444K-04 Machining
6 4113S-04 Numerical Calculus A
4453U-02 Basic Electronics – Mechanical Engineering
4444P-02 Quality Engineering
4444S-02 Viscous Flows
44721-02 Business Management for Engineering
4423G-04 Strength of Materials II– Mechanical Engineering
4444T-04 Heat Transfer
4444R-04 Mechanical Vibrations
1501A-04 Ethics and Citizenship
7 4444V-04 Mechanical Forming Processes
4444U-04 Machine Elements
4445D-02 Convection Phenomena
4445A-02 Industrial Maintenance
4444X-02 Computer-Assisted Mechanical Project
4444Y-04 Strength of Materials III
4445B-04 Fluid Mechanics Systems
4444W-02 Robotic Systems – Mechanical Engineering
44792-02 Ethics and Professional Practice in Engineering
8 4471X-02 Engineering Economics
4445H-02 Control Engineering
4471Y-02 Engineering and Occupational Safety
4445G-04 Instrumentation and Measurement
4445J-02 Experimental Mechanical Integration
4445L-02 Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM)
4445F-02 Continuum Mechanics
4445E-04 Heat Engines
4445M-04 Industrial Compression Systems
4440H-04 Heat Exchangers
9 4445P-02 Industrial Automation – Mechanical Engineering
4445R-04 Hydraulic and Pneumatic Control
4445T-02 Computer-Assisted Engineering (CAE)
4445V-02 Supervised Internship – Mechanical Engineering (190 Hours)
44449-04 Generation and Use of Steam
4445W-04 Mechanical Project
4445U-04 Refrigeration and Air Conditioning
10 44028-00 Complementary Activities (120 Hours)
4446B-02 Industrial Quality Control
4481Y-02 Environmental Engineering I
2512A-02 Fundamentals of Economics for Engineering
4441F-04 Product Project
4446A-02 Final Thesis – Mechanical Engineering