Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering – Industrial curriculum
Mathematics and numerical analysis, physics, chemistry, engineering drafting, applied thermodynamics, metallic materials, applied mechanics, mechanical thermal measurements, energy conversion systems and machines, machine design, industrial plants, electrical industrial applications, manufacturing processes and systems, business administration and organization, english language and other taught courses chosen by the student. Most of the taught courses involve a significant laboratory activity, aimed at the practical application of the knowledge acquired with the theoretical classes.
Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering – Educational curriculum
The taught courses are aimed at gaining a deep understanding of the fundamentals of Mathematics, Physics and of the disciplines of Mechanical Engineering. The topics these disciplines are organized in a preparatory and complementary manner for the deeper level of study of the next master’s degree.