The College of Engineering Technology offers 13 undergraduate programs of study, all of which lead to a Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.) degree. All of these programs have been planned for accreditation by AUN/ABET. The available undergraduate degree programs are:
- Civil Engineering
- High-Quality Civil Engineering (in English)
- Hydraulic Engineering
- Bridges and Roads Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering:
- Machine Manufacturing
- Automotive Engineering
- Industrial Management
- Electrical Engineering
- High-Quality Electrical Engineering (in English)
- Chemical Engineering
- High-Quality Chemical Engineering (in English)
- Computer Engineering
- Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering
- Mechatronics Engineering
- Control and Automation Engineering
- Materials Engineering
The above training programs have a training period of 4.5 years. During training, students are instructed by new teaching methods. Moreover, students will have the opportunity to gain an internship in innovative laboratories and visit companies, industrial firms to enhance the accessibility of their profession after graduation.
- Civil Engineering students are trained both in theoretical and practical application, they can learn how to design and manage high-rise buildings, civil and industrial buildings, infrastructure and network planning projects, transportation and urban planning; and take part in traffic network and urban planning projects.
- High-Quality Civil Engineering students are equipped with the knowledge and skills of planning, studying preliminary designs, constructing, managing and operating civil and industrial constructions. Civil Engineering also provides learners with the ground knowledge such as Urban and Regional Planning and Management, Transport Construction Engineering, Hydraulic Construction, Architecture, Water Supply and Drainage, Water Resources Engineering and Environmental Engineering.
- Hydraulic Engineering students will focus on studying and researching theory, designing and constructing irrigation works such as bridges, culverts, dams, pumping stations, stone embankments to serve agriculture and infrastructure development in the rural areas to meet the requirements for irrigation and drainage, prevention of flood, saltwater intrusion, and erosion for rivers and canal banks. They will also learn how to set up managing plans for irrigation works and waterway transport systems in rural areas.
- Bridges and Roads Engineering students are trained specialized in planning, designing, constructing and managing the construction of roads, bridges, highways, intersections,... They are also trained in practical skills so that graduates can design and build infrastructure. Construction engineers can work in infrastructure designing consulting firms, as well as private sectors, or district urban management departments.
- Students majoring in Mechanical Design and Manufacturing will learn and hone their skills to become a Mechanical Engineering Engineer: designing machine and mechanical equipment, machining machinery, automatic control. With equipped knowledge and skills, students can perform their tasks such as designing machines, processing and manufacturing mechanical product; maintenance and repairing; programming mechanical equipment and operating automatically.
Students majoring in Automotive Engineering will learn general knowledge and skills for mechanical engineers: mechanical materials, machine principles, machine design foundation, electrical engineering, electronics and automation, engineering management,...; and learn specialized knowledge and professional skills in automotive mechanics: structure of internal combustion engines; engines for cars and ships; engine calculation theory, automobile theory, machine repairing technique; operation, maintenance and repair cars, motorcycles and tractors; electric systems, control systems for automobiles and tractors; car design calculations; automobile inspection; and other knowledge related to the automotive engineering field.
- Industrial Management students will gain more knowledge of making plans, controlling and managing the quality and designing products with factory site layout. They will learn to manage projects, maintenance and storage. Learners after graduation can improve the efficiency of a system in both manufacturing and service industries.
- Electrical Engineering students are provided with an in-depth look into the applications of electromagnetism in production, distribution, transformation, efficiency and electrical safety; the design and implementation of electrical networks and systems; the management and operation of electrical devices in sequenced automated production lines; the development of automated components in modern production lines; technical management at organizations involved in electrical energy, electrical networks and electrical systems
- High-quality Electrical Engineering students are educated with the ability to calculate, analyze practical issues in the electrical field, and design, construct and come up with solutions in the field in electrical engineering. Students will have a sense of discipline, ethics and manners in the profession, and have proficiency in English for work and research.
- Chemical Engineering Technology students are provided with a broader knowledge of organic and inorganic chemistry, and the process of engineering, materials science and technology, including the theory and practical application. The Chemical Engineering Department offers four majors in the fields of chemical engineering: (i) organic chemistry and life sciences, (ii) inorganic chemistry and ceramic engineering, (iii) polymers and composites, and (iv) process control techniques.
- High-quality Chemical Engineering Technology students are equipped with knowledge in the field of chemical engineering technology, qualified to meet the development needs of the country in the future, well adapted to the international environment. , multicultural, multinational thanks to the continued ability and foreign language fluency.
- Computer Engineering students are equipped with the fundamentals of mathematics and experience in designing integrated circuits. Instruction program provides experience in fundamentals techniques in designing, integrating hardware/software, especially the use of embedded systems, the use of modern technical designs and modelling tools throughout the program. Graduate students can find work in companies, research facilities, universities or government organizations managing projects; designing, developing, testing and exploiting integrated circuits; implementing embedded systems and researching modern technological, technical solutions.
- Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering students are provided with a wide range of knowledge, from fundamentals of mathematics and physics to technical experience in the field of electronics - telecommunication. During the 4,5-year course, the instruction program provides a solid comprehension of analyzing, designing and operating electronic systems, especially telecommunication systems. Graduate students have considerable potential working in IT - Communication companies, service providers, technology research facilities, universities or pursue higher education.
- Mechatronics Engineering students are prepared for their future work with modern technologies and effectively integrate their knowledge of mechanical engineering, electronic engineering, information technology and control theory in physics in making intelligent products and systems. They will gain insight into the manufacture, design, operation, and maintenance of products along with controlling systems by computers.
- Control and Automation Engineering students are equipped with basic and specialized knowledge and skills in electronics, programming, classical and modern control techniques, to meet the requirements of research and development, developing and applying automation and control techniques to reality in production and life
- Materials Engineering students are provided with comprehensive expertise, with a full range of basic skills and attitudes that a materials engineer needs to satisfy an individual's passion for the profession and to serve experience development. national society and international requirements.
Each of the above undergraduate programs has core requirements that are common to all programs. These generally include subjects in mathematics (integral math, differential equations and linear algebra), natural sciences (physics and chemistry), and social sciences (foreign languages, political, economy). In addition, each program has its unique requirements and general electives. Many subjects in this program can be used to meet the requirements of another program. This opportunity allows students to accumulate additional knowledge to gain a second degree. Nevertheless, students must discuss and obtain the consent of the academic advisor as well as the subject management department