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Intended learning outcomes

a. knowledge and understanding, Student will be able to:

a.1) Concepts and theories of mathematics and sciences, appropriate to the discipline

a.2) Basics of information and communication technology (ICT)

a.3) Characteristics of engineering materials related to the discipline

a.4) Principles of design including elements design, process and/or a system related to specific disciplines.

a.5) Methodologies of solving engineering problems, data collection and interpretation

a.6) Quality assurance systems, codes of practice and standards, health and safety requirements and environmental issues.

a.7) Business and management principles relevant to engineering.

a.8) Current engineering technologies as related to disciplines

a.9) Topics related to humanitarian interests and moral issues

a.10) Technical language and report writing

a.11) Professional ethics and impacts of engineering solutions on society and environmenta.12) Contemporary Engineering Topics

b. Intellectual capabilities, Student will be able to:

b.1) Select appropriate mathematical and computer-based methods for modeling and analyzing problems.

b.2) Select appropriate solutions for engineering problems based on analytical thinking.

b.3) Think in a creative and innovative way in problem solving and design

b.4) Combine, exchange, and assess different ideas, views, and knowledge from a range of sources.

b.5) Assess and evaluate the characteristics and performance of components, systems and processes

b.6) Investigate the failure of components, systems, and processes.

b.7) Solve engineering problems, often on the basis of limited and possibly contradictory information

b.8) Select and appraise appropriate ICT tools to a variety of engineering problems

b.9) Judge engineering decisions considering balanced costs, benefits, safety, quality, reliability, and environmental impact

b.10) Incorporate economic, societal, environmental dimensions and risk management in design

b.11) Analyze results of numerical models and assess their limitations.

b.12) Create systematic and methodic approaches when dealing with new and advancing technology.

c. Professional and practical skills, Student will be able to:

c.1) Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, information technology, design, business context and engineering practice integrally to solve engineering problems"

c.2) Professionally merge the engineering knowledge, understanding, and feedback to improve design, Products and/or services"

c.3) Create and/or re-design a process, component or system, and carry out specialized engineering designs

c.4) Practice the neatness and aesthetics in design and approach.

c.5) Use computational facilities and techniques, measuring instruments, workshops and laboratory equipment to design experiments, collect, analyze and interpret results

c.6) Use a wide range of analytical tools, techniques, equipment, and software packages pertaining to the discipline and develop required computer programs.

c.7) Apply numerical modeling methods to engineering problems

c.8) Apply safe systems at work and observe the appropriate steps to manage risks.

c.9) Demonstrate basic organizational and project management skills.

c.10) Apply quality assurance procedures and follow codes and standards.

c.11) Exchange knowledge and skills with engineering community and industry

c.12) Prepare and present technical reports

d. General and transferable skills, Student will be able to:

d.1) Collaborate effectively within multidisciplinary team.

d.2) Work in stressful environment and within constraints.

d.3) Communicate effectively

d.4) Demonstrate efficient IT capabilities.

d.5) Lead and motivate individuals

d.6) Effectively manage tasks, time, and resources

d.7) Search for information and engage in life-long self learning discipline

d.8) Acquire entrepreneurial skills

d.9) Refer to relevant literature

Applied Engineering and Design Mechanical power and energy engineering major:

a. knowledge and understanding, Student will be able to:

a.p.1) Fundamentals of thermal and fluid processes

a.p.2) Internal combustion, pumps, turbines and compressors, classification, construction design concepts, Operation and characteristics

a.p.3) Fluid power systems

a.p.4) The constraints which mechanical power and energy engineers have to judge to reach at an Optimum solution

a.p.5) Business and management techniques and practices appropriate to mechanical power and energy Engineering applications

a.p.6) Mechanical power and energy engineering contemporary issues

a.p.7) Basic theories and principles of some other engineering and mechanical engineering disciplines Providing support to mechanical power and energy disciplines.

b. Intellectual capabilities, Student will be able to:"

b.p.1) Evaluate mechanical power and energy engineering designs, processes and performances and Propose improvements"

b.p.2) Analyze and interpret data, and design experiments to obtain new data

b.p.3) Evaluate the power losses in the fluid transmission lines and networks

b.p.4) Analyze the performance of the basic types of internal combustion engines and hydraulic machines

b.p.5) Analysis of fluid power systems, subsystems and various control valves and actuators

b.p.6)Assess and evaluate the characteristics and performance of components, systems and processes

c. Professional and practical skills, Student will be able to:

c.p.1) Use basic workshop equipment safely and appropriately.

c.p.2) Prepare engineering drawings, computer graphics and specialized technical reports

c.p.3) Write computer programs pertaining to mechanical power and energy engineering"

c.p.4) Describe the basic Thermal and fluid processes mathematically and use the computer software For their simulation and analysis"

c.p.5) Design, operate, repair and maintain fluid hydraulic power systems for diverse applications

c.p.6) Carry out preliminary designs of fluid transmission networks, internal combustion and steam engines and solve their operational problems

c.p.7) Work in mechanical power and energy operations, maintenance and overhaul

d. General and transferable skills, Student will be able to:

d.p.1) Communicate effectively with Mechanical applications companies

Mechatronics engineering program:

a. knowledge and understanding, Student will be able to:

a.m.1) Basic science and engineering fundamentals in mechanics, electronics and software in their interfacing

a.m.2) Fundamentals of problem identification, formulation and solution in the inter-disciplinary fields of Mechatronics

a.m.3) The principles of sustainable design and development

b. Intellectual capabilities, Student will be able to:

b.m.1) Identify at an appropriate level the design, production, interfacing and software needs of different parts of Mechatronics systems

b.m.2) Create solutions to mechatronics systems especially to manufacturing, maintenance and interfacing Problems in a creative way, taking account of industrial and commercial constraints

c. Professional and practical skills, Student will be able to:

c.m.1) Compete, in-depth, in at least one engineering discipline, namely mechanics, electronics or Interfacing and software

c.m.2) Manage field problem, identification, formulation and solution

c.m.3) Utilize practical systems approach to design and performance evaluation

c.m.4) Apply the principles of sustainable design and development

d. General and transferable skills, Student will be able to:

d.m.1) Communicate effectively with Mechatronics applications companies Automotive engineering program:

a. knowledge and understanding, Student will be able to:

a.a.1) Detailed knowledge and understanding of the themes and specialist subjects of the automotive

a.a.2) The requirements, limitation and design processes for power train, undercarriage, braking, chassis, Vehicle body, electrical systems and vehicle interior

a.a.3) The current practices in manufacturing relevant to the core modules of the program

a.a.4) The current practices in maintenance and repair shops of different vehicle aggregates

a.a.5) The hardware, software and networks of computer systems used in automotive industry logistics and Performance evaluation

a.a.6) The drivability, safety limitations and compulsory tests especially applied in automotive engineering

b. Intellectual capabilities, Student will be able to:"

b.a.1) The capacity at an appropriate level to identify project management knowledge and skills used In an automotive engineering context"

b.a.2) The ability to assess and analyze information in support of problem solving, design and development, Critical evaluation of alternatives and performance data

b.a.3) Create solutions to automotive engineering especially to manufacturing and maintenance problems In a creative way, taking account of industrial and commercial constraints

c. Professional and practical skills, Student will be able to:

c.a.1) Using special automotive test & measurement equipment and conducting experimental laboratory And practical development work"

c.a.2) Experience at an appropriate level to use computer-aided design, analysis, logistics and Maintenance packages relevant to automotive engineering""

c.a.3) Application of fault diagnosis procedures using the automotive industry special instrumentation To identify production and operation problems"

d. General and transferable skills, Student will be able to:

d.a.1) Communicate effectively with Automotive companies

Projects and Practice

a. knowledge and understanding, Student will be able to:

a.pp.1) Business and management techniques and practices appropriate to mechanical power and energy engineering applications.

b. Intellectual capabilities, Student will be able to:

b.pp.2) Apply the appropriate tools from mathematics, science, technology, and the know-how gained from the professional experience to analyze mechanical engineering design problems to meet certain needs.

b.pp.3) Analyze and interpret data, and design experiments to obtain new data.

b.pp.4) Create new engineering components and processes through the synthesis of ideas from a range of sources.

c. Professional and practical skills, Student will be able to:

c.pp.1) Refer to scientific literature effectively

c.pp.2) Search for information.

c.pp.3) Demonstrate basic organizational and project management skills.

d. General and transferable skills, Student will be able to:

d.pp.1) Communicate effectively in a team group