The Universidad de Monterrey’s undergraduate degree program in Automotive Design has an innovative curriculum organized in blocks of courses: Mechanical and Mechatronic Systems, Electronic Systems and Technologies, Materials Engineering and Materials Mechanics. It also offers the specialties in Automatic Processes, Materials, and Advanced Robotics, thus allowing students to design their curriculum in accordance with their particular preferences and interests.
The aim of the program is to train enterprising
professionals who are competent in the design of automotive systems and
promote the technological development of products, elements and systems,
and technologies related to this industry while at the same time they
seek to improve the quality of life and work of the community using the
automotive systems: the people working in the industrial, merchandising,
and technological development areas, and the end client.
Student Learning Outcomes
- They analyze and design mechanical systems which comprise automotive parts and mechanisms to produce innovative products, improve assembly processes and optimize automobile performance.
- They analyze the materials of elements, parts, and mechanisms in order to propose and devise improvements that have an impact on automobile performance characteristics.
- They make decisions based on mathematical, mechanical, and electronic grounds to integrate product and manufacture solutions related to automotive systems.