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Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (BSc) - Frederick
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    Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (BSc) - Frederick

    Frederick University
    On campus
    4 Years

    Program Description

    The bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (BSc) is designed to provide students with the scientific and professional provisions of the Mechanical Engineering profession. The program constitutes a balance between the academic and the practical directions.

    The bachelor in Mechanical Engineering (BSc) provides practical experience in the use of modern engineering instruments and reinforces understanding through computerized and other experimentation. It prepares its graduates for direct employment as mechanical engineers and lays the foundation for further education.

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    Learning Outcomes

    • Apply a variety of methods, including mathematical analysis, computational modelling, or practical experiments, to solve mechanical engineering related problems.
    • Use appropriate methods to pursue research or other detailed investigation of technical issues consistent with their level of knowledge and understanding.
    • Design solutions to unfamiliar problems, possibly involving other disciplines and their creativity to develop new and original ideas and methods.
    • Design and conduct analytic, modelling and experimental investigations, to critically evaluate data and draw conclusions
    • Apply their knowledge and understanding for developing practical skills for solving problems, conducting investigations, and designing engineering devices and processes.
    • Recognise the wider, non-technical implications of engineering practice, ethical, environmental, commercial and industrial.
    • Evaluate the capabilities and limitations of existing and emerging technologies in the field of mechanical engineering.
    • Demonstrate the ability to integrate knowledge from different branches, and handle complexity, and to understand applicable techniques and methods, their limitations and the non-technical implications of engineering practice.
    • Apply new and emerging technologies in their branch of engineering.
    • Use diverse methods, such as technical reports and technical presentations to communicate effectively with the engineering community and with society at large.


    Year 1

    Semester 1

    Electrical Science

    Calculus And Analytic Geometry I

    Physics I

    Introduction To Materials

    Introduction To Mechanical Engineering With Workshop

    Mechanical Engineering Drawing (Computer Aided Drafting)

    Semester 2

    Calculus And Analytic Geometry II

    Linear Algebra With Matlab

    Physics II

    Engineering Materials

    Rigid Body Mechanics (Dynamics/ Statics)

    Free Elective

    Year 2

    Semester 3

    Differential Equations

    Thermodynamics I

    Manufacturing Processes

    Computer-aided Design Methodology

    Strength Of Materials And Structures With Lab

    Free Elective

    Semester 4

    Technical Writing And Communication

    Probability And Statistics

    Numerical Methods

    Fluid Mechanics I

    Instrumentation And Software Applications

    Introduction To Finite Element Method In Structural Engineering

    Year 3

    Semester 5

    Heat Transfer

    Hydraulics And Pneumatics

    Machine Elements I

    Mechanical Vibrations And Machine Dynamics

    Mechanical Engineering Elective

    Semester 6

    Engineering Economics

    Machine Elements II

    Analysis And Design Of Mechanical Control Systems

    Manufacturing Processes With The Aid Of Cad/cam Systems

    Mechanical Engineering Elective

    Year 4

    Semester 7

    Research Techniques For Thesis Preparation

    Alternative Sources Of Energy

    Heating, Cooling, And Air Conditioning

    Design And Organization Of Production Systems

    Internal Combustion Engine Fundamentals

    Semester 8

    Senior Project

    Gas Turbines

    Analysis Of Power Generation Technologies


    Mechanical Engineering Design & Optimization

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