Flexibility. Innovation. Excellence. These are important qualities demanded from engineers in today's fast-paced and ultra-modern world - qualities that are developed through an engineering education that is high tech, multi-disciplinary and enriched by world-class facilities and staff.
Here in De La Salle University, students get all that and more from the Manufacturing Engineering and Management course under the College of Engineering. The first of its kind in the Philippines, MEM is an interdisciplinary engineering course that integrates mechanical engineering, electronics engineering, computer studies and modern management into a single five-year degree program that includes one year of on-the-job training in manufacturing companies. Now with two specializations - Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering (MRE) and Biomedical Engineering (BME) - students with a broad range of interests learn to apply mathematics, engineering design methods, manufacturing materials and processes, electronics, computer studies, automation technology and the management of people and technology to answer the needs of the growing manufacturing industry in the Philippines.