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Undergraduate Studies

Developing machinery for the modern world

Mechanical Engineering is one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines and is considered as a cornerstone for any Engineering Faculty. In the modern world, Mechanical engineering is a multidimensional discipline involved in, but not limited to, exploring new sources of renewable energy, improving the energy efficiency of mechanical systems, developing new tools for medical diagnostics and treatments, and devising ways to create a cleaner and healthier environment.

(LO 1) Be able to use knowledge of basic and engineering sciences to analyze and design complex devices and systems in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
(LO 2) Have the ability to use understanding of probability, statistics and advanced mathematics (use of differential equations and complex variables) appropriately in solving analysis and design problems in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
(LO 3) Be able to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools required for professional practice in Mechanical Engineering.
(LO 4) Be able to formulate and solve Mechanical Engineering problems.
(LO 5) Be able to design systems or processes to meet desired specifications in the field of Mechanical Engineering.
(LO 6) Have the ability to function in multidisciplinary teams.
(LO 7) Be able to communicate about engineering issues and projects in a variety of written and oral formats used by practicing professionals in Mechanical Engineering.
(LO 8) Recognize the significance of physical and (current) technical limits in the field of Mechanical Engineering. Use appropriate strategies to keep current in theoretical and practical knowledge and skills.
(LO 9) Be proactive in identifying, and responsive to, multi-disciplinary perspectives on the societal and global impacts of engineering solutions.
(LO 10) Recognize and be able to demonstrate fulfillment of professional and ethical responsibilities as a Mechanical Engineering.
(LO 11) Be capable of contributing productively as a member of a professional and/or multidisciplinary team working on a Mechanical Engineering project.
(LO 12) Fulfill responsibilities associated with technical leadership roles. Have the ability to engage in a life-long learning.
(LO 13) Integrate economic and business practices into professional practice as a Mechanical Engineering.

Rashiq Shahad

Second Year, Mechanical Engineering

Positive, global change

“Engineering helps provide the framework and knowledge base for problem solvers, who eventually lead projects that can help change the world. Studying engineering allows students to dissect problems, collaborate, demonstrate leadership, effectively communicate and engineer solutions. This process is what helps create positive, global change.”