B. Eng. Degree

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The Department of Mechanical Engineering is responsible for 3 undergraduate programs: the regular program, Thammasat English Programme of Engineering (TEPE), and the Automotive Engineering Program (AUTO-TU). Students have to earn 147 credits in order to be awarded B. Eng. degree. Most students sepnd 4 years in these programs.
Prospective students in regular program are admitted in 4 rounds of Thai University Central Admission System (TCAS). Information about admission in TEPE and AUTO-TU can be found from these links.
During the regular study period of 4 years, students will have to earn 147 credits from
General study courses 30 crdits
Basic mathematics and sciences courses 17 credits
Basic engineering courses 7 credits
Compulsory courses 72 credits
Engineering elective courses 15 credits
Free elective courses 6 credits
Senior Projects
An important requirement in B. Eng. program is that students must enrol in mechanical engineering project during their senior years. In this course, two students are assigned to work on a project under the supervision of an advisor. A student may also works on a project by himself or herself if necessary. The list of sample senior projects is shown in the following table.
Project Advisor
Design and development hybrid solar still and thermoelectric generator Asst. Prof. Dr. Sappinandana Akamphon
Design, construction and validation of fatigue test in knee prosthesis Prof. Dr. Chaosuan Kanchanomai
Development of a Formula SAE suspension system and wing system Asst. Prof. Dr. Monchai Prukvilailert
Development of foldable tiny urban scooter G.2 Assoc. Prof. Dr. Dulyachot Cholaseuk
Effects of oscillatory baffled reactor parameters in biodiesel production via esterification Asst. Prof. Dr. Charnnarong Assavatesanupap
Effects of voltage on heat transfer process and thermal stress in electrochromic glass Assoc. Prof. Dr. Watit Pakdee
Estimation of energy consumption in Puey Ungphakorn Centenary Hall and suggestions to improve energy conservation Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chainarong Chaktranond
High-pressure household piping cleaner Assoc. Prof. Dr. Thira Jearsiripongkul
Hydrotrash bot Asst. Prof. Dr. Pradya Prempaneerach
Lip-sync robot Asst. Prof. Dr. Jak Chuanasa
Non powered walking assist device for elderly people Asst. Prof. Dr. Bunyong Rungroungdouyboon
Personal cooling system Prof. Dr. Somchart Chantasiriwan
The analysis of mechanical properties of concrete cured by microwave (horn type) Asst. Prof. Dr. Somsak Vongpradubchai
The developments of wax extruder for 3D-printer in dental applications Asst. Prof. Dr. Krit Jiamjiroch
The floating buoy design from bamboo materials for floating solar panels Prof. Dr. Phadungsak Rattanadecho
Machine learning on exercise assistance machine for half-paralyzed patient Assoc. Prof. Dr. Wiroj Limtrakarn
Design and development of a recycled plastic to brick machine Asst. Prof. Dr. Witawats Satasook

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Thammasat University, Rangsit Campus
Khlong Luang District, Pathum Thani 12121, Thailand
Phone: +66-(0)-2564-3001-9 Ext. 3041, 3151, Fax: +66-(0)-2564-3023
Email: bnaowarat@engr.tu.ac.th