Mechanical Engineering Department seeks to provide high quality graduate education in the advanced technical and professional fields of Mechanical Engineering. The prime objective of the program is to educate graduates to acquire the state of the art knowledge in the different fields of Mechanical Engineering. This is to fulfill the growing need for well trained experts with breadth of vision of the technologically developing industry. Mechanical Engineering Department educates graduate students in Mechanical Engineering subjects which are relevant to the present and future requirements of the industry, with critical thinking capabilities which will benefit the student and the community. The graduate program is noteworthy in its emphasis both on technology development areas and/or practical applications. Graduate courses are designed to give a sound background which would ease the efforts of the students to understand, set-up and solve many problems which they would be confronting in their thesis projects and in their professional career. The Department expects high scholarship from its graduate students and not only tries to educate technically competent engineers but engineers with a sense of civic responsibility.
The Department offers two programs to qualified students for further education and research at advanced level, leading to the degree of Master of Science (M.S.), Master of Science in Mechanical Design and Manufacturing (MDM) and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) M.Sc. and Ph.D. programs consist of courses and a thesis. The thesis and dissertation topics are developed from the interactions of the faculty with the needs of the community and industry in compliance with current progresses in the scientific and technical world. MDM program only consists of courses and a non-credit term project.
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