The department of Mechanical Engineering (MCE) offers a Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering in four years with a total of 150 credits.

Mechanical engineering deals with the design, development and manufacturing of machinery. Such machinery ranges from condensers and chillers utilized to provide thermal comfort and acceptable air quality, to internal and external combustion engines used for mobile propulsion in automobiles and for power generation in power plants, to rotating and static equipment employed in the oil and gas industry.

Program Educational Objectives

The educational objective of the Mechanical Engineering (MCE) program is to yield individuals who:
  • Design, operate, and manage mechanical systems.
  • Tackle new issues by adapting new technologies and paradigms or by proposing new solutions after performing systematical investigation on the state of the art developments.
  • Participate in a team and communicate their knowledge, ideas and views.
  • Respect environmental aspects, ethical and technology standard, economical concerns, and society values.

Program Outcome Objectives

  • An ability to identify, formulate, and solve complex engineering problems by applying principles of engineering, science, and mathematics.
  • An ability to apply engineering design to produce solutions that meet specified needs with consideration of public health, safety, and welfare, as well as global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors.
  • An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
  • An ability to recognize ethical and professional responsibilities in engineering situations and make informed judgments, which must consider the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
  • An ability to function effectively on a team whose members together provide leadership, create a collaborative and inclusive environment, establish goals, plan tasks, and meet objectives.
  • An ability to develop and conduct appropriate experimentation, analyze and interpret data, and use engineering judgment to draw conclusions.
  • An ability to acquire and apply new knowledge as needed, using appropriate learning strategies.

Courses & Requirements

University Requirements
Code Name Credits
ENG203 English for Academic writing 3
ENG204 Advanced Eng. Academic Writing 3
ENG206 Business Communication Skills 3
CST201 General Education I 3
CST201 General Education I/Humanities/Business Elective 3
Required Credits: 15
Faculty Requirements
Code Name Credits
MAT220 Linear Algebra 3
MAT320 Numerical Computing 3
MAT208 Probability & Statistics 3
CSC213L Programing I Lab 1
CSC606 Research Methods 3
MAT203 Differential Equations 3
PHY211 Electricity & Magnetism 3
CSC214 Programming II 3
CSC214L Programming II Lab 1
MAT201 Calculus III 3
ENGR698 Engineering Final Year Project 3
CCE611 Project Management 3
ENGR504 Engineering Practical Training 1
ENGR499 Engineering Internship 1
CCE213 Electric Circuits I 3
CCE213L Electric Circuits I Lab 1
MAT312 Engineering Mathematics 3
MCE204 Engineering Graphics and CAD 3
ENGR202 Introduction to Engineering 3
Required Credits: 50
Major Requirements
Code Name Credits
MEE438 Control Systems 3
MCE444 Health, Safety & Environment 3
MCE412 Manufacturing Processes 3
MCE412L Manufacturing Processes Lab 1
MCE433L HVAC Lab 1
MCE441 Process Engineering 3
MCE441L Process Engineering Lab 1
MCE450 Combustion Engines & Automotive Design 3
MCE450L Combustion Engines & Automotive Design Lab 1
MCE452 Building Services Design 3
MCE425 Heat Transfer 3
MCE332 Mechanics of Materials 3
MCE420 Dynamics of Machinery 3
MCE454 Piping & Mechanical Equipment Design 3
MCE420L Dynamics of Machinery Lab 1
MCE303 Advanced Engineering Drawing 3
MCE315 Fluid Mechanics I 3
MEE301 Sensors and Actuators 3
MEE301L Sensors and Actuators Lab 1
MCE212 Mechanics II 3
MCE313 Engineering Materials 3
MCE240 Thermodynamics I 3
MCE202 Mechanics I 3
MCE520 Machine Design 3
MCE340 Thermodynamics II 3
MCE415 Fluid Mechanics II 3
MCE315L Thermo-Fluid lab 1
Required Credits: 70
Required Credits: 15

Department Majors & Programs