Mechatronics Engineering

The mission of the program is to provide qualified students with a good foundation in Mechatronics Engineering in order to prepare them for a successful professional career and to contribute to the needs of society.

  • To prepare mechatronics engineering professionals with proper ethics, training, and knowledge needed to compete in local and international markets.
  • To provide graduates with proper background needed for research and graduate studies.
  • To provide graduates with proper tools needed for adaptation with the global technical and economic development and to be engaged in lifelong learning.
  1. Ability to apply mathematics, science and engineering principles.
  2. Ability to design and conduct experiments, analyze and interpret data.
  3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability
  4. Ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.
  5. Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
  6. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  7. Ability to communicate effectively.
  8. the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context
  9. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
  10. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
  11. Ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Mechatronics Engineering Fields

  • Computer-machine controls.
  • Sensors and control systems.
  • Automation and robotics.
  • Advancement of industrial technology.
  • Design and manufacturing of industrial machinery.
  • Computer aided design.
  • Microcontrollers and PLCs.
  • Automotive engineering and engine design

The study plan of the Mechatronics Engineering Program consists of 160 credit hours, distributed as follows:

Requirements Type

Credit Hours

University Requirements

21

Faculty of Engineering & Technology Requirements

30

Program Requirements

102

Elective Courses

7

Total

160

Program Requirements (102 Credit Hours):
Compulsory Courses:

Consist of a total of ninety nine(99) credit hours that includes the following courses:

Course Code

Prerequisites

MATH2311 | CALCULUS 3

MATH1321

MATH234 | INTRODUCTION TO LINEAR ALGEBRA

MATH1321

MATH330 | NUMERICAL METHODS

COMP230 or COMP132,  MATH234

COMP142 or COMP133 or MATH310.

MATH331 | ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

MATH1321

ENCE233 | MECHANICS OF MATERIALS

ENCE232

ENEE2101 | BASIC ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING LAB

PHYS112, ENEE2301

ENEE2301 | NETWORK ANALYSIS 1

PHYS132

ENEE2409 | ANALOG ELECTRONICS

ENEE2301

ENEE3102 | ELECTRONICS LAB

PHYS112, ENEE2409 or (ENEE3304 or concurrent)

ENEE2307 | PROBABILITY AND ENGINEERING STATISTICS

MATH1321

ENEE4101 | ELECTRICAL MACHINES AND POWER ELECTRONICS LAB

ENEE2101, ENEE4301

ENEE4301 | ELECTRIC MACHINES AND POWER ELECTRONICS

ENEE2301

ENEE5301 | ELECTRICAL DRIVE

ENEE4301, (ENCS432 or concurrent)

ENCS211 | DIGITAL ELECTRONICS AND COMPUTER ORGANIZATION LAB

(ENCS238 or ENCS336 or  ENCS432) or concurrent

ENCS234 | DIGITAL SYSTEMS

COMP132 or COMP133 or COMP230 or COMP142

ENCS432 | COMPUTER ORGANIZATION AND MICROPROCESSOR INTERFACE

ENCS234

ENCS510 | MICROCOMPUTER CONTROL LAB

ENCS432

ENME223 | MECHANICAL DRAWING

ENME121

ENME232 | DYNAMICS

ENCE232

ENME321 | MEASUREMENTS LAB

PHYS112

ENME331 | MATERIALS SCIENCE

CHEM143

ENME332 | MACHINE DYNAMICS

ENME232

ENME333 | THERMODYNAMICS

PHYS141

ENME335 | FLUID MECHANICS 1

ENME232

ENME433 | PRODUCTION ENGINEERING 1

ENME331

ENME435 | MACHINE DESIGN 1

ENCE233, ENME223

ENME436 | MACHINE DESIGN 2

ENME435, ENME332

ENME438 | CONTROL THEORY

MATH331

ENME537 | FLUID POWER CONTROL

ENME438

ENMC333 | THERMAL APPLICATIONS FOR MECHATRONICS

ENME335, ENME333

ENMC401 | PRACTICAL TRAINING

Finishing 90 credits and department consent

ENMC411 | THERMAL FLUID LABORATORY

ENMC333

ENMC431 | VIBRATIONS AND DYNAMIC MODELING

ENME332, MATH331

ENMC433 | TRANSDUCERS AND SIGNAL ANALYSIS

ENCS432

ENMC511 | MECHATRONICS LABORATORY

ENME438

ENMC512 | CONTROL LABORATORY

ENME438, ENMC431

ENMC520 | INTRODUCTION TO GRADUATION PROJECT

ENMC401, Finishing 115 credits and department consent

ENMC530 | GRADUATION PROJECT

ENMC520

ENMC531 | ADVANCE CONTROL SYSTEMS

ENME438

ENMC532 | ROBOTICS

ENME332, ENME438

Elective Courses:
Selecting three (3) credit hours from the following course

Course Code

Course Name

Prerequisites

ENMC534 | Special Topic

Special Topic IN MECHATRONICS

Department consent

ENMC535 | CAD/CAM/CNC

CAD/CAM/ CNC

ENME433, Math330