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Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

College
College of Engineering
Department
Mechanical and Nuclear Eng
Level
Undergraduate
Study System
Courses
Total Credit Hours
132 Cr.Hrs
Duration
4
Intake
Fall & Spring
Location
Sharjah Main Campus
Language
English
Study Mode
Full Time

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Program Overview
Mechanical engineering is one of the broadest, oldest, and most versatile of the engineering professions. It is at the heart of the design, development, and manufacturing of every product we have today.

The  Mechanical  Engineering  Program  is  a  four-year  study  that  provides students with a broad scientific and technical background in this field.

During the first three semesters, there is a focus on mathematics and basic sciences physics and chemistry. The following three semesters include courses and labs that are more specialized and closely related to mechanical engineering ,   including manufacturing, mechanics of solids, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, and thermodynamics.

In the final semesters of their study, students take advanced courses in mechanical   engineering, undergo an eight-week practical training, and complete senior design projects.

The Mechanical Engineering Program at the University of Sharjah puts what is in the best interest of students, first and foremost. Every little experience the student attains represents a block in the building of a competent, confident, purposeful, problem solving, competitive, responsible, and conscientious individual. This is accomplished by means of a curriculum and facilities that

conform to the highest of standards, faculty members committed to the academic  and  personal growth of the student, and an environment  that inspires learning and drives creativity.

To obtain a Bachelor of Science degree in ME, the student must complete a total of 132 credit hours. These hours span University requirements (UR), College requirements (CR) and Program requirements (PR). The allocation of the credit hours is shown in the following table:

 

BS in Mechanical Engineering ​ ​ ​ ​
  UR CR PR Total
Mandatory Credits 12 26 73 111
Elective Credits 12 - 9 21
Total 24 26 82 132
 

I. University Requirements
The list of the University required courses and their descriptions are presented in the introductory pages of the College of Engineering section in this bulletin.

 
II. College Requirements
The list of the College required courses and their descriptions are presented in the introductory pages of the College of Engineering section in this bulletin.

 
III. Program Requirements
A. Mandatory requirements

The ME mandatory core courses are listed in the table below.

Course #
Title CrHrs Prerequisites
1411113 Programming for Engineers 3 None
1430118 Physics 2 Lab 1 1430116; Pre/Co:

1430117
0408100 Introduction to Mechanical

Engineering
2 Pre/Co 1440133
0408150 Engineering Graphics Design 2 0408100
0401201 Statics 3 1430115
0408203
Strength of Materials 3 0401201
040۸243 Dynamics 3 0401201
0402202 Circuit Analysis I 3 Pre/Co: 1430117 and

1440261
0402203 Circuit Analysis I Lab 1 Pre/Co: 0402202
0402241 Random Signal Theory 3 1440161; Pre/Co:

    0402202
0406200 Thermodynamics 3 0406101 or Pre/Co

0401243
0406201 Fluid Mechanics 3 0406101 or 0401243
0408220 Kinematics 3 0401243; 1440261
0406300 Heat Transfer 3 0406200
0406301 Heat Transfer Lab 1 Pre/Co: 0406300
0406302 Engineering Materials 3 1420101; 0406101 or

Pre/Co 0401243
0402340 Engineering Computation and

Linear Algebra
3 1411115 or 1411113;

1440261
0402348 Signals and Control Systems 3 0402202; 1440261;

0406101 or 0401243
0403300 Professional, Societal, and Ethical

Issues in Engineering
1 3rd year standing
0405202 Manufacturing Processes 3 0405101 or 0406302
0408300 Analytical Methods In Engineering 3 1440161
0408330 Machine Elements and Design 3 0401202; 0408220
0408340 Advanced Thermodynamics 3 0406200
0408341 Thermo-Fluids Lab 1 0406201; Pre/Co

0408340
0408420 Thermal System Design 3 0406200; 0406201
0408432 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3 0406201
0408440 Mechanical System Design 3 0408330; 0408300;

0406201
0408491 Senior Design Project I 1 Senior standing
0408492 Senior Design Project II 3 0408491
 

B. Technical Elective
As part of the program for the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, the student is required to study 9 credit hours of technical elective courses. These courses allow the student to focus on a specific area for in-depth knowledge and understanding. The student can also mix and match elective courses  from  the  different  areas  to  get  a  more  general  exposure  to  the different Mechanical Engineering disciplines. The student should select, in cooperation with the academic advisor, the list of electives that best meet his or her needs and aspirations. The listed technical elective courses and other courses from other engineering programs, in addition to the required program courses, are designed to allow the student to develop in-depth knowledge and understanding in the following areas:

1.  Thermal Systems/ HVAC
2.  Reliability and Maintenance
3.  Materials and Manufacturing

It is highly recommended that the student register for  these courses after completing the Departmental requirements.
 

Course # Title CrHrs Prerequisites
0405323
Quality Control and Improvement 3 0402241 or

0405221
0405434 Maintenance Planning and Control 3 0405202; 0405322 or 0402241
0408410 Introduction Finite Element Methods 3 0408330
0408435 Instrumentation and Measurements 3 0402202; 0406201
0408460 Reliability Engineering 3 0402241
0408425 Robotics and Automation 3 0408220; 0402348
0408426 Energy Conversion 3 0406200; 0406201
0408427 Heating, Ventilation and Air-

Conditioning
3 0406300;

0406201; 0406200
0408475 Mechanical Metallurgy 3 0406302
0408480 Special Topics in ME 3 Senior standing
 

C. Senior Design Project Option
Students participating in Senior Design Project option must complete a 4- credits Senior Design Project over two semesters: Senior Design Project I (1 credit) and Senior Design Project II (3 credits).
 

Study Plan
The Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering encompasses 132 credit hours that are spread over 8 semesters plus a summer training period which can normally be completed in four years. The following study plan serves as a roadmap for a smooth progression toward graduation


Year I, Semester 1 (16 Credits) ​ ​ ​
Course #
Title CrHrs Prerequisites
0202112 English for Academic Purposes 3  
1440133 Calculus I for Engineering 3  
1430115 Physics 1 3 Pass placement test or 1430106
1430116 Physics 1 Lab 1 Pre/Co: 1430115
1440101 General Chemistry 1 3  
1440102 General Chemistry 1 Lab 1 Pre/Co: 1420101
0408100 Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 2 Pre/Co: 1440131
 

Year 1, Semester 2 (18 Credits) ​ ​ ​
Course #
Title CrHrs Prerequisites
1440161 Calculus II for Eng. 3 1440131
1430117 Physics II 3 1430115; 1430116
1430118 Physics II Lab 1 1430116; Pre/Co:

1430117
1411113 Programming for Engineers 3  
0408150 Engineering Graphics Design 2 0408100
0401201 Statics 3 1430115
0202110 Speech Communication 3 0202103
 

Year 2, Semester 3 (18 Credits) ​ ​ ​
Course #
Tile CrHrs Prerequisites
0406200 Thermodynamics 3 0406101 or Pre/Co:

0401243
0201102 Arabic Language 3  
0401243 Dynamics 3 0401201
1440261 Differential Equations for Eng. 3 1440161
0406302 Engineering Materials 3 1420101; 0406101 or Pre/Co 0401243
0402202 Circuits Analysis I 3 Pre/Co: 1430117;

Pre/Co:1440261
 

Year 2, Semester 4 (16 Credits) ​ ​ ​
Course # Title CrHrs Prerequisites
0406201 Fluid Mechanics 3 0406101 or 0401243
0405202 Manufacturing Processes 3 0405101 or 0406302
0408300 Analytical Methods in Engineering 3 1440161
0401202 Mechanics of Materials 3 0401201
0408220 Kinematics 3 0401243; 1440261
0402203 Circuits Analysis I Lab 1 Pre/Co: 0402202
 

Year 3, Semester 5 (16 Credits) ​ ​ ​
Course #
Title CrHrs Prerequisites
0406300 Heat Transfer 3 0406200
0406301 Heat Transfer Lab 1 Pre/Co: 0406300
0202207 Technical Writing 3 0202104
0401301 Engineering Economics 3 3rd Year Standing
0402340 Engineering Computation and

Linear Algebra
3 1411115 or 1411113;

1440261
  University Elective 1 3  
 

Year 3, Semester 6 (17 Credits)
Course # Title CrHrs Prerequisites
0408330 Machine Elements and Design 3 0401202; 0408220
  University Elective 2 3  
0104100 Islamic Culture 3  
0408340 Advanced Thermodynamics 3 0406200
0402241 Random Signal Theory 3 1440161; Pre/Co

0402202
0403300 Professional, Societal and Ethical

Issues in Engineering
1 3rd year standing
0408341 Thermo-Fluids Lab 1 0406201; Pre/Co

0408340
 

Year 3, Summer Training (0 Credits) ​ ​ ​
Course #
Title CrHrs Prerequisites
0408490 Practical Training for 8 weeks 0  
 

Year 4, Semester 7 (16 Credits) ​ ​ ​
Course # Tile CrHrs Prerequisites
0408432 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3 0406201
0402348 Signals and Control Systems 3 0402202; 1440261;

0406101 or 0401243
0408420 Thermal System Design 3 0406200;0406201
  Technical Elective 1 3  
0408491 Senior Design Project I 1 Senior standing
  University Elective 3 3  
 

Year 4, Semester 8 (15 Credits) ​ ​ ​
Course # Title CrHrs Prerequisites
0408492 Senior Design Project II 3 0408491
0408440 Mechanical System Design 3 0408330; 0408300;

0406201
  Technical Elective 2 3  
  University Elective 4 3  
  Technical Elective 3 3  
 

Course Description
Mandatory Courses

Descriptions of the Mandatory core courses are given below.

1411113 Programming for Engineers 2-3:3
This  course introduces the  basic  principles and  concepts of  programming techniques in a high level language to the engineering students to solve engineering problems. Subjects include: programming concepts, pseudo code and algorithms, user-defined data types, formatted input/output, selection structures, repetition structures, functions and procedures, text files, static and  dynamic  memory allocation,  introduction  to  object-oriented programming. Weekly laboratory assignments are an integral part of this course. 
Pre-requisite: None.

 

1430118 Physics 2 Laboratory 0-3:1
Ten experiments in electricity and magnetism, covering topics in Physics (II)

Course. Prerequisite: 1430116 - Physics I Lab; Pre/Co: 1430117 - Physics II. ​ ​
 

0408100
Introduction to Mechanical Engineering 2-0:2
Introduction to the mechanical engineering profession, ethics, and disciplines; development of skills in teamwork, problem solving and design; other topics include computer applications and programming; introduction to mechanical systems emphasizing system approach, Newton's law, unit conversions, statistics, Excel.
Pre-requisite: 1440133 – Calculus I for Engineering ​ ​
 

0408150
Engineering Graphics Design 0-2:2
Topics include: basic graphics skills. Emphasis on fundamentals of engineering science and computer applications, programming using CAD tools or other software; visualization, orthographic drawings and advanced graphic skills.
Pre- requisite: 0408100 – Introduction to Mechanical Engineering. ​ ​
 

0401201 Statics 3-0:3
Knowledge and understanding of vector resultant of forces in two and three dimensions; type of structural supports; equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies; analysis of internal forces in beams and trusses; static and kinetic friction; centroids of lines, areas and volumes; moments of inertia.
Prerequisite: 1430115 - Physics I. ​ ​
 

0401202 Mechanics of Materials 3-0:3
Simple states of stress and strain; Hook's law; torsional stresses; axial deformation; internal forces in beams; bending and shearing diagrams and stresses; beam design; stress transformation; thin-walled pressure vessels; beam deflection, lab session and experiments.
Prerequisite: 0401201 - Statics ​ ​
 

0401243
Dynamics 3-0:3
Introduction and Fundamental Principles, Kinematics of a particle: Rectilinear and curvilinear motion of a particle with normal and tangential components, Force and acceleration, Work and energy, Impulse and momentum
Prerequisite: 0401201 – Statics. ​ ​

0402202
Circuit Analysis I 3-0:3
Fundamentals of  DC  and  AC  circuit  laws;  Mathematical models for  circuit elements; Techniques for circuit analysis and for writing and solving circuit equations; Circuit theorems; Introduction to Op- Amps; Transient analysis of first order circuits; Phasor technique for steady-state sinusoidal response.
Prerequisite: Pre/Co: 1430117- Physics II; Pre/Co: 1440261 - Differential Equations for Engineers. ​ ​
 

0402203
Circuit Analysis I Laboratory 0-3:1
Fundamentals of DC circuits. Experiments that revolve around DC networks and their behavior under transient and steady state conditions. SPICE modeling of circuits, use of test and measurement equipment such as function generators and oscilloscopes.
Prerequisite(s): Pre/Co: 1430118 - Physics II Laboratory; Pre/Co: 0402202 - Circuit Analysis I. ​ ​
 

0402241 Random Signal Theory 3-0:3
The   role   of   statistics  in   engineering.  Data   summary   and   presentation.

Probability concepts. Discrete random variables and probability distributions. Continuous random variables and probability distributions. Joint probability distributions.  Introduction  to  parameter  estimation.  Computation  of confidence intervals.
Prerequisite: Pre/Co: 0402202 - Circuit Analysis I ​ ​
 

0406200
Thermodynamics 3-0:3
Basic concepts of thermodynamics: temperature, work, heat, internal energy and enthalpy. First law of thermodynamics for closed and steady-flow open systems. Thermodynamic properties of pure substances; changes of phase; equation of state. Second law of thermodynamics: concept of entropy. Power and refrigeration cycles.
Prerequisite: 0406101 - Statics and Dynamics or Pre/Co 0401243 – Dynamics. ​ ​
 

0406201
Fluid Mechanics 3-0:3
Fluid properties; Units; Pressure and fluid statics: pressure distribution in fluid at rest, hydrostatic forces on plane and curved surfaces, buoyancy and stability, Fluids in rigid body motion; Fluid Kinematics, dynamics of fluid motion: concepts of streamline, control volume, steady and one-dimensional flows; continuity, Euler, Bernoulli, steady flow energy, linear and angular momentum equations; flow in pipes and losses.
Prerequisite: 0406101 - Statics and Dynamics or 0401243 – Dynamics. ​ ​
 

0408220 Kinematics 3-0:3
Applications  and  design  of  mechanisms;  use  of  graphical  and  analytical techniques for the kinematic analysis of machines. Analysis and design of linkages, cams, gears and gear trains. Emphasis is placed more on machines as systems  rather  than  on  individual  components. Prerequisite:  0401243  - ​ ​
 

0406300 Heat Transfer 3-0:3
Mechanisms of heat transfer: conduction, convection and radiation. Steady heat conduction, insulation, cooling. Transient heat conduction. Forced convection; natural convection. Heat exchangers. Applications to energy systems.
Prerequisite: 0406200 – Thermodynamics. ​ ​
 

0406301 Heat Transfer Lab 0-3:1
Experiments on measurement techniques heat transfer principles of linear and radial conduction; unsteady state heat conduction; natural and forced convection; parallel and counter flow exchangers; thermal radiation; temperature measurement.
Prerequisite: Pre/Co 0406300 - Heat Transfer. ​ ​
 

0406302 Engineering Materials 3-0:3
The course covers atomic bonding, crystal structure and defect structure, and their relationship with material properties. It also includes phase diagrams and alloys, mechanical properties, material failure, corrosion, and introduction to the structures  of   polymers  and  ceramics.   
Prerequisite: 1420101 -   General Chemistry I; 0406101 - Statics and Dynamics or Pre/Co 0401243 – Dynamics. ​ ​
 

0402340 Engineering Computation and Linear Algebra 3-0:3
Basic linear algebra: LU decomposition, normal equations and least squares solutions, eigenvalues and eigenvectors decomposition of matrices. Numerical solution of linear and nonlinear system of equations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, curve fitting, numerical differentiation and integration of functions, numerical solution of ordinary differential equations, use of MATLAB to solve complex engineering problems.
Prerequisite: 1411115 - or 1411113 - Programming for Engineers; 1440261 - Differential Equations for Engineers. ​ ​
 

0402348
Signals and Control Systems 3-0:3
Representation  and  analysis  of  signals.  Fourier  transforms.  Linear  time-invariant   systems,   impulse   response,   frequency   response   and   transfer function. Introduction to linear feedback control. Analysis and design of classical control systems. Control system components and industrial process automation.
Prerequisite: 0402202 - Circuits Analysis I; 1440261 - Differential Equations for Engineers; 0406101 - Statics and Dynamics or 0401243 - Dynamics. ​ ​
 

0403300 Professional, Societal and Ethical Issues in Engineering 1-0:1
An examination of the social impact of engineering and technology and its relationship  to   ethics,   with   the   objective   of   identifying  and   clarifying obligations that might arise in technological research and its applications. The course will survey a variety of moral theories, as well as engineering codes of ethics. The case study method will be used: source will include the history of science and technology, and reports from professional societies. Topics covered include whistle blowing, environmental, safety, and privacy issues. 
Prerequisite: 3rd year standing.

 

0405202
Manufacturing Processes 2-3:3
Introduction and classification of engineering materials and their properties.
Traditional manufacturing processing of materials (ferrous and non-ferrous) including metal cutting, casting, rolling, forging, and drawing. Modern manufacturing processes and related topics including ceramics, composites, powder metallurgy, property enhancing and surface processing operations, and rapid prototyping. The course includes lab and visits to different manufacturing facilities.
Prerequisite: 0405101 - Introduction to Industrial Engineering or 0406302 - Engineering Materials. ​ ​
 

0408300
Analytical Methods in Engineering 3-0:3
Analytical Methods in Engineering covers Vector Differential Calculus, line, surface,   and   volume   integrals,  vector   field,   velocity   and   acceleration, curvature  and  torsion,  mean  value  theorem,  directional  derivative, divergence, curl, curvilinear coordinates, Stokes's theorem, complex analysis, power series, residue integration method and Fourier analysis.
Pre-requisite: 1440261 Differential Equations for Engineers. ​ ​
 

0408330
Machine Elements and Design 3-0:3
This course covers static failure theories; fatigue failure theories; design of machine elements to include the design of columns, shafts, tolerances and fits, fasteners, and bolted connections and gears.
Prerequisites: 0401202 - Mechanics of Materials; 0408220 - Kinematics. ​ ​
 

0408340
Advanced Thermodynamics 3-0:3
Thermodynamic principles are applied to the analysis of power, vapor cycles and air-conditioning systems. Thermodynamics of state, gas mixtures and gas-vapor mixtures, irreversibility and combustion, chemical reactions, Thermodynamics  of  high-speed  gas  flow,  and  fuel  cells.  
Prerequisite: 0406200 - Thermodynamics ​ ​
 

0408341 Thermo-Fluids Lab 0-3:1
Introduction to basic thermo-fluid principles, instrumentation; experimental verification and reinforcement of analytical concepts introduced. Prerequisite: 0406201 - Fluid Mechanics; Pre/Co 0408340 - Advanced Thermodynamics ​ ​
 

0408420 Thermal System Design 3-0:3
Analysis, management and cost, optimal design, and computer simulation of thermal  systems  and  components;  Application  in  fluid  flow and  heat transfer. Selected course topics are included as computer programming projects.
Prerequisite: 0406200 - Thermodynamics; 0406201 - Fluid Mechanics.

 

0408432 Advanced Fluid Mechanics 3-0:3
This course introduces students to additional topics in fluid dynamics: control volume analysis. Dimensional analysis and similitude. Compressible flow: isentropic flow relations, flow in ducts and nozzles, effects of friction and heat transfer, normal and oblique shocks, two-dimensional isentropic expansion. Viscous flow theory: hydrodynamic lubrication and introduction to boundary layers.
Prerequisite: 0406201 - Fluid Mechanics. ​ ​
 

0408440
Mechanical System Design 3-0:3
This course covers the detailed design and selection of mechanical elements including the different types of gears (spur, helical, bevel, and worm gears), lubrication and journal bearings, springs, clutches and brakes, flexible mechanical elements, welding. The course also includes team project(s).
Pre- requisite: 0406201 - Fluid Mechanics; 0408300 - Analytical Methods in Engineering; 0408330 – Machine Elements and Design. ​ ​
 

0408491 Senior Design Project I 1-0:1
Student  teams  develop  professional-level  experience  by  applying, integrating, and extending previously acquired knowledge in a major design project.  Lectures  are  devoted  to  discussing  project-related  issues  and student presentations. A project proposal, oral presentations, and a comprehensive final report are required. Students are  introduced to the basic elements of the modern engineering design methods. Groups of students investigate a research topic in some area of Mechanical Engineering from the current literature under the supervision of the course instructor.
Prerequisite: Senior standing. ​ ​
 

0408492 Senior Design Project II 3-6:3
Student    teams    develop    professional-level    experience    by    applying, integrating, and extending previously acquired knowledge in a major design project.  Lectures  are  devoted  to  discussing  project-related  issues  and student presentations. A project progress proposal, report, oral presentations,  and  a  comprehensive  final  report  are  required.  Students apply  modern  engineering  design  methods  to  choose  from  alternative design subject to realistic constraints. Groups of students work together to design, build, refine and test complete hardware or/and software systems to meet specifications.
Prerequisite: 040891 - Senior Design Project I. ​ ​
 

Elective Courses

Descriptions of the technical elective courses are given below.

0405323 Quality Control and Improvement 3-0:3
Quality control and process improvement, cost of quality and the effects of

quality on productivity; concepts of variation; statistical process control (SPC tools); control charts for variables and attributes and their applications in process control; process capability studies; acceptance sampling; quality audits; case studies from manufacturing and service sectors.
Prerequisite: 0402241 - Random Signal Theory or 0405221 - Engineering Probability and Statistics. ​ ​
 

0405434
Maintenance Planning and Control 3-0:3
Basic  maintenance  concepts,  relevant  maintenance  approaches  such  as preventive maintenance, predictive condition-monitoring techniques and other relevant practices. Improving systems' performance through proper maintenance practices, identify KPI's, collect data, assess performance, analyze results and improve. Reading relevant case studies and conducting an industry-based project.
Prerequisite: 0405202 - Manufacturing Processes;
0405322 - Engineering Statistics or 0402241 - Random Signal Theory. ​ ​

0408410
Introduction to Finite Element Analysis 3-0:3
Introduces students to the mathematical foundation of the finite element method and to its use in engineering through a commercially available FEA software package. Finite element theory covered includes derivation of element stiffness matrices, interpolation functions, the use and limitation of different types of elements and interpretation of finite element solutions. Skills developed using the software include selection and use of elements, modeling strategies, appropriate use of boundary conditions and methodology for checking solutions. Prerequisite: 0408330 - Machine Elements and Design. ​ ​
 

0408435 Instrumentation and Measurements 3-0:3
Review of  electric circuits,  Measurement process, errors  and  sources of errors, signal and noise in instrumentation, filtering, display and recording systems, elements of signal processing in instrumentation, transducers, sensors,   data   logging,   interfaces   and   data  processing.   
Prerequisites: 0402202 - Circuits Analysis I; 0406201 - Fluid Mechanics. ​ ​
 

0408460
Reliability Engineering 4-0:4
The course introduces the basic reliability concepts and tools. It enables the

students to apply the reliability theory at different phases of asset's life cycle: at the acquisition phase model and predict equipment reliability and make cost effective decision; at the utilization phase understand how maintenance can  improve the  availability and  how  to reduce downtime through proper design of dependability (reliability, maintainability and supportability) of mechanical systems. 
Prerequisite: 0402241 - Random Signal Theory.
 

0408425
Robotics and Automation 3-0:3
This course provides an introduction to the theory of robotics, and covers the fundamentals of the field, including rigid motions, homogeneous transformations,  forward   and   inverse   kinematics,   velocity   kinematics, motion planning, trajectory generation, sensing, actuation, stability analysis and control.
Prerequisites: 0408220 - Kinematics; 0402348 - Signals and Control Systems. ​ ​
 

0408426
Energy Conversion 3-0:3
Introduction to global energy concerns; sustainability, fossil and nuclear fuels; energy consumption analysis; energy management and conservation techniques; renewable and alternative energy sources. Modern energy conversion methods, fuel cells, photovoltaic cells, and hybrid systems.
Prerequisite: 0406200 - Thermodynamics; 0406201 - Fluid Mechanics. ​ ​
 

0408427
Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning 3-0:3
An integrated approach to the application of engineering principles to HVAC systems. Topics include: moist air properties, air psychometric, indoor air quality, inside and outside design conditions, heating and cooling loads calculations. Design and selection of HVAC systems.
Pre-requisites: 0406201 - Fluid Mechanics, Pre/Co 0406300 – Heat Transfer. ​ ​
 

0408475 Mechanical Metallurgy 3-0:3
The central point of this course is to provide knowledge of microstructure and mechanical properties of metals. The course covers equilibrium phase diagrams, solid transformation, strengthening mechanism, ferrous and non- ferrous materials. The concepts of alloy design and microstructural engineering are also discussed, linking processing and thermodynamics to the structure and properties of metals.
Prerequisite: 0406302 - Engineering Materials. ​ ​
 

0408480 Special Topics in ME 3-0:3
This course covers emerging and advanced topics in the field of mechanical engineering. The contents will vary depending on the topic.
Prerequisite: Senior standing. ​ ​