Academic Program

Faculty of Engineering

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Overview

To create groundbreaking inventions and to achieve what has been impossible so far with the application of existing techniques, students should not be content to simply acquire knowledge and understand scientific principles. In addition to the learning that kind of knowledge, students must master engineering, which will enable them to create new technologies and make dreams come to life. The experience of studying engineering is somewhat different from that of studying at high schools or in general education courses at universities.

At the Faculty of Engineering, knowledge gained from studying is combined with the latest world-class research. Only through this integration of research and study is it possible for students to understand the true essence of engineering, a far-reaching and stimulating discipline that can bring significant changes to society.

Courses Offered

Course Name Subjects Duration Intake
Master of Technology
(M.Tech.)
Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunications, etc. 2 Years (4 Sem) 30
Bachelor of Technology
(B.Tech.)
Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunications, etc. 4 Years (8 Sem) 60
Diploma in Engineering
(Dip.E.)
Civil, Computer Science, Electrical, Electronics, Telecommunications, etc. 3 Years (Yrly) 60
Master of Design
(M.Des.)
2 Years (4 Sem) 20
Bachelor of Design
(B.Des.)
4 Years (8 Sem) 40

Departments

  • Civil Engineering
  • Electrical and Electronics
  • Electronics and Telecommunication
  • Computer Science Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mining Engineering
  • Fire Technology & Safety

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Why Study at SRU?

SRU's Academic Programs are offered under 15 Faculties, 35 Departments, and more than 100 major subjects specializations so your degree will surely reflect your interests and strengths.

Not only does SRU provide you the practical skills that is necessary to transition seamlessly into the workforce upon your graduation, but we also make sure that you will have a good sense of social justice so that you make the transition responsibly.

There is never just one solution to the problems that arise when formulating engineering plans, including everyday designs—not to mention when creating the technologies that lead the way towards innovations with societal impact. There are, in fact, a great number of solutions, depending on the approaches, ways of thinking and personalities of those attempting to find them.