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M.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering

Mechanical Engineering is concerned with the development and use of new technologies and the design of new processes and products, which mainly involve moving elements and/or energy utilization such as motor vehicles, aircraft systems, engines, pumps, gas turbines, industrial plants, air conditioningand refrigeration systems, manufacturing processes, oil and gas industries and even space stations. The master of science program in Mechanical engineering offers high quality education that prepares students for advanced academic research and professional careers in one of the following specializations: Energy and Power, Refrigeration and Air conditioning, Applied Mechanics, Automotive and Mechatronics. Mechanical engineering design is the backbone of the program, where graduates obtain knowledge of design procedures in a multitude of fields such as design of thermal equipment, rotating machinery, mechatronics and materials. The objective of the Master of Science Program in Mechanical Engineering is to provide the graduates of the program with:  A broad knowledge of modern computational and experimental methods in engineering.  Extensive knowledge in one of the following specializations: Energy and Power, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Automotive Engineering, and Mechatronics.  Deep understanding of the research techniques and datat analysis in the area of specialization.  An ability to solve unstructured engineering problems, think critically, well in a team and communicate effectively.  A high standard of written and oral communication on technical matters.

Semester 1    Semester 3    Semester 4   

CodeTitlePrequisitesCourse Material
ME 731 Advanced Heat-Mass Transfer N/A
ME 755 Advanced Dynamics NoneN/A
ME 761 Advanced Fluid Mechanics NoneN/A
ME756 Advanced Mathematics noneN/A

CodeTitlePrequisitesCourse Material
ME 702 Master`s Research Thesis (Part 1) 15 c.hr.N/A

CodeTitlePrequisitesCourse Material
ME 703 Master`s Research Thesis (Part 2) ME 702N/A


Elective . Major .

Elective courses