BML Munjal University’s School of Engineering & Technology (SOET) aims to nurture technically sound, socially responsible engineers who will evolve into innovators and entrepreneurs capable of delivering outstanding solutions. SOET’s innovative and cutting-edge BTech programmes will be of special interest to students who wish to be a part of a close-knit community of ‘thinkers’ and ‘doers’; who have an aptitude for engineering applications, are interested in research and want to bring about a change in the world. SOET graduates will be capable of designing and building outstanding solutions and creating and managing enterprises for the development of the global economy.
In order to ensure that its students are abreast with contemporary trends, BMU, to quote just one example, has some of the most advanced 3D printers on campus in its labs. So that students get hands-on experience in the latest fields. The printers are so advanced that they are used by industry to make prototypes. Just one of the many ways in which BMU ensures that its students are fully industry ready when they graduate.
SOET brings together outstanding academics, industry professionals, experienced researchers and the latest facilities to deliver a unique hands-on and multi-disciplinary learning experience. The emphasis is on learning by doing. The curriculum connects different areas of engineering; integrates engineering, mathematics and science with arts, humanities and entrepreneurship; and focuses on building a range of life skills essential for a successful career in the 21st century.
The School of Engineering & Technology offers the following five undergraduate programmes
- B.Tech Civil Engineering
- B.Tech Computer Science
- B.Tech Computer Science and Engineering
- B.Tech Electronics and Communication Engineering
- B.Tech Mechanical Engineering
In the near future, SOET will offer M.Tech and PhD programmes as well.
The 4-year B.Tech programme structure comprises different categories of courses such as Foundation, Core Discipline, Perspective, Skill, Elective-Core Discipline, Elective-Open Choice and Practice School. Students are required to take a certain number of credit units from each of the categories. These categories are as follows.