The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of Mechanical Engineering are the milestones that graduates of Mechanical Engineering should achieve during the first few years after graduation.
PEO # 1: Career
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to work as professionals within mechanical engineering or related areas, and/or participate in research and development in science, engineering, technology and to perform entrepreneurship actions.
PEO #2: Practice
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to practice mechanical engineering in diverse industries and government settings, involving the knowledge, application and analysis of thermal/fluid systems, mechanical systems and design, materials, manufacturing, maintenance services and other emerging areas.
Our graduates will contribute as technical experts, taking on responsibilities in analysis, design, fabrication, execution, control and maintenance areas, meeting with the expectations of their employers.
PEO #3: Continuous Learning
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to expand continuously their skill-set and knowledge, if required, through independent study or high-level training (professional certification programs and graduate studies).
PEO #4: Leadership & Professional Engagement
Graduates will demonstrate the ability to attain and maintain positions of influence in their organizations, from which they will demonstrate a strong social commitment, based on the assessment of the impacts derived from their decisions.