Engineering Technology & Sciences

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Course Code
AET-2114
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understanding of material properties and behaviour and how that influences basic structural behaviour and structural design. Explaining material properties and how to change the properties. Introducing concepts such as stresses and strain in tensile, shear or bending and how to apply them in basic structural elements. Description of typical fuselage and wing structures, and the limitation this imposes on material selection, is covered.
               
Course Code
LOG-4303
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
LOG-4303
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
ECH-2043
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
AVT-1003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
AHM-1103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Aviation technology is governed by the laws of physics. All aircraft systems obey the laws of physics, and therefore must obey the laws of mathematics which relate to physics. In order to design and build aircraft and aircraft systems, as well as maintain those systems, engineers need to have a good foundation in mathematics. This course introduces and applies mathematical concepts that are essential for engineers in the field of aircraft maintenance. Topics covered include arithmetic, algebra and geometry.
               
Course Code
BSD-1253
Credit Hours
2
Level
UG
Course Description
The principles of physics support explanation on how an aircraft behaves in relation to using physics principles/laws. Physics laws affect all aircraft maintenance designs, and maintenance engineers use fundamental principles of physics relevant to aviation technology. Topics covered include: matter; statics; kinetics; dynamics; fluid dynamics; thermodynamics; optics; wave motion; and sound.
               
Course Code
MTH-1203
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply the concepts of trigonometry and algebra to determine limits and establish continuity for an equation. Calculate the derivative of algebraic, trigonometric, logarithmic and exponential functions. Apply the derivative to opimisation of problems. Determine the maxima and minima of a function. Create graphs to solve problems. 
               
Course Code
MTH-2103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply Integral Calculus and associated applications to solve engineering problems. Determon the sums, idefinite and definite integrals, integration techniques, parametric equations and polar coordinates, application of integration, and an introduction to numerical integration techniques.
               
Course Code
MTH-3013
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply hyperbolic functions and their inverse to solve complex functions. Solve problems requiring Taylor, Maclauren and Fourier series, operations with vectors dot and cross products, lines and planes. Functions of several variables, partial derivatives, double and triple integrals, moments, center of mass, volumes, double integrals in polar forms, triple integrals in cylindrical and spherical coordinates, line integrals and Green's theorem are also covered.
               
Course Code
ECH-1103
Credit Hours
8
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
ECV-2073
Credit Hours
2
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply the fundamental principles of chemistry to civil engineering problems related to Portland cement and concrete, metallic corrosion and water/waste water engineering. Perform experiments to international standards and communicate findings in lab reports. 
               
Course Code
ECV-3073
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Examine topics related to civil engineering construction covering above ground and below ground projects. Review the common types of formwork, steel and precast concrete frames and causes of deterioration in concrete structures. Reflect on local, regional and international building standards and practices. 
               
Course Code
EEC-3043
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The fundamental components of an analog communication system are described by use of block diagram. Course topics include analog modulation and demodulation techniques used in transmitters and receivers, respectively, and propagation characteristics of the transmission channel. Circuit simulation and laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
EMC-2003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EGN-2003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Use algorithms, pseudocode, and flowcharts in the design process of computer programmes. High level programming languages consist of primitive data types, operators, flow control, looping structures, error handling, functions, and array data structures, which may be used in the implementation of properly documented programmes for engineering technology solutions.
               
Course Code
ECV-3063
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply the principles and skills gained in structural analysis to the design principles of reinforced concrete structural elements. Demonstrate familiarity with Euro codes and the British Standards Code of Practice BS 8110 design and detailing work in this course. Utilise the properties of structural concrete and the influence of each of its constituents on the performance of the final product.
               
Course Code
EEC-4043
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Modelling and simulation are used to analyse, augment, and improve the performance of analogue single-input single-output LTI control systems for a variety of applications. Typical control systems are modelled by a transfer function and various frequency response methods are used to determine and assess the system response and stability. MATLAB is used in the design and analysis of various compensators. Basic digital control systems and related properties are described.
               
Course Code
EEC-4013
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The fields of data transmission, networks, and protocols are applied to industrial applications. Topics include common terminology used in data transmission, codes and modes. For a given data communication system, the channel capacity, transmission media and multiplexing are determined. The underlying LAN topologies, OSI model, elements of the Internet network, and various protocols, such as Modbus, Fieldbus, and Ethernet implementations are discussed in relation to industrial applications.
               
Course Code
EMC-4923
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EGN-1133
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EEC-2013
Credit Hours
15
Level
UG
Course Description
Fundamental concepts of digital systems include: numbering systems; digital codes; logic symbols; Boolean expressions; logic minimisation techniques; analysis of combinational and sequential circuits; and classification of various integrated circuit (IC) families. Sequential logic circuits are analysed using logic symbols, truth tables, and associated timing diagrams. The operational characteristics and applications of various digital IC families are described. Practical laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
EEC-3103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The fundamental operational principles of digital communication systems are discussed. Topics include digital transmission, use of available bandwidth, line coding, PCM, delta modulation techniques and transmission modes. Digital modulation techniques, multiplexing and transmission media are described as well as error detection and correction coding techniques. Satellite and fibre optic communication systems are described as practical applications. Circuit simulation and laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
EEC-4963
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EEC-1003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
DC fundamentals, which include basic quantities, common engineering scaled units, Ohm's law, power dissipation, Kirchhoff's laws, and linear circuit theorems, such as Thevenvin equivalence, Norton equivalence, and superposition, are applied to linear circuits. Network analyses of series, parallel, and series-parallel linear circuits with various sources and the description of fundamental energy storage components are included. Circuit simulation and practical laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
EEC-2003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The fundamental analysis and design of analog amplifier circuits are implemented for various electronic applications. Specifically, the frequency response of single and multistage amplifiers is determined, with consideration of noise. The properties of A, B, AB, and C power amplifiers is determined and low pass, high pass, band pass, and band stop active filtered are designed. The operation of RC feedback, LC feedback, and relaxation oscillators is described and analysed. Circuit simulation and practical laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
EEL-4803
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The theory and control methods for DC and AC electrical drive systems are applied in a laboratory setting. Various methods for controlling the DC and AC motors are presented and mathematical models are used to implement linear control techniques. Various implementations and designs are modeled with the associated control mechanisms using a simulation package, such as MATLAB Simulink, in order to Investigate and test the overall DC and AC drive system performance under various operating conditions.
               
Course Code
EEC-2073
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EEL-3003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EEL-3013
Credit Hours
4
Level
UG
Course Description
The fundamentals of electrical power distribution are applied to various distribution system layouts and the function of common distribution system substations and equipment. Students are introduced to the design procedures and protection methods for power distribution systems of consumer installations. Circuit simulation and practical laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
EMT-2023
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand and describe electromechanical machines and systems for a variety of industrial applications including DC machines and actuators, stepper motors and AC induction motors. Analyse three-phase electrical circuits and associate power systems. Apply sizing of power transmission components for a given system performance.
               
Course Code
AHA-1403
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Covers electronic fundamentals and circuits including diodes, transistors, integrated circuits, printed circuit boards and syncho and servo mechanisms used in aircraft systems. Students will also complete practical's in electronic circuits using a range of tools, in accordance with relevant aircraft manuals.
               
Course Code
EEC-2053
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The construction and operation of a semiconductor diode is described and used in various, common and practical applications. The construction, operation, characteristics, and common applications of the bipolar junction transistor (BJT), JET, MOSFET, and IGBT are analysed theoretically and practically in a laboratory setting. Circuit simulation is also used to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
EEC-3013
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The transient and steady state analyses are determined for RC, RL, and RLC linear reactive circuits with a sinusoidal source. The steady state response and power dissipation are analysed for a reactive load and the maximum load transfer is determined. Low pass, high pass, band pass, and band stop first order filters are analysed and terminal equations are used to describe resistive, two port circuits. Circuit simulation and practical laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
ETD-2007
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Student gain relevant engineering experience in an actual working environment in order to develop and apply professional work ethics and practices. Transfer of engineering technology skills learned at college to the workplace is a major feature of the experience which is assessed by daily logbook entries, supervisor evaluation, and a reflective report.
               
Course Code
EGN-3203
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply the basics of economic analysis for quantifying engineering business decisions. Recognise the importance of: the time value of money; analysis of single and multiple investments; comparison of alternatives; capital recovery and tax implications. Advanced analysis of certainty; uncertainty; risk analysis; public sector analysis and break-even concepts related to engineering projects. Demonstrate competency in key economic analysis using hands-on tools like case studies. 
               
Course Code
CHM-1103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EGN-4923
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Analyse, design and select engineering components and materials. Apply systematic conceptual design, embodiment design and design process techniques and implement them in real life practical design problems. Perform cost estimate and cost analysis in design. Execute what is learnt to complete the design of an engineering product or system.
               
Course Code
ECV-4053
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply the fundamental principles of science and engineering toward environmental engineering situations, recognising it is as an interdisciplinary science. Analyse the naturally occurring environmental phenomena, industry and human induced compounds and micro-organisms, and the changes and imbalances that occur in the environment. Explore sustainability, ethics and quality of life issues. 
               
Course Code
EMC-3013
Credit Hours
2
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand health, safety and environment regulations for common welding practices. Apply basic fabrication and welding skills using selected thermal processes such as the Oxy-Acetylene (Gas Welding), Manual Metal Arc (MMA), Metal Inert Gas (MIG) and Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding. Conduct basic quality control check for the finished products.
               
Course Code
AET-2111
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Introducing basic concepts of fluid mechanics including fluid properties, hydrostatics, basic fluid flow, continuity and momentum equations, energy equations, laminar and turbulent flow and pressure losses. The course practical work will reinforce the theory through a set of experiments in the fluid dynamics laboratory.
               
Course Code
EMC-2053
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Explain fluid properties, pressure and its measurement for an incompressible fluid. Calculate hydrostatic forces and hydrodynamics through the understanding of buoyancy, forces on submerged surfaces, pipe flow and energy losses. Conduct and analyse practical work through a set of experiments in the hydraulics laboratory to reinforce the theory.
               
Course Code
ECH-4913
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Discussing the fundamentals of the gas process operations in the petroleum industry. Describing hydrocarbon exploration methods and the conditions required for the formation and accumulation of hydrocarbon reserves. Giving an overview of gas processing from exploration up to final production and transportation. Performing calculations involving gas properties. Discussing the principles of NGL extraction, LPG fractionation and LNG production. Discussing some design aspects of the major unit process operations in gas processing. 
               
Course Code
LOG-4003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EGN-3033
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Study the basic physical laws of heat transfer including steady-state and transient heat flow, one-dimensional heat conduction in solids, free or forced convection in fluids, radiation and phase change and analysis of heat exchangers. Understand engineering applications involving heat transfer in the design or selection of pumps, heat exchangers and building insulation materials.
               
Course Code
ECV-3003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Extend the core knowledge and principles of surveying to the design and construction of highways. Utilise regional and international geometric design parameters to highways for vertical and horizontal alignment, cross-sections, drawing preparation, drainage, and intersections at grade and interchanges. Emphasis is on design practices and construction procedures to achieve a highway with acceptable levels of performance in terms of safety, operation, economics and environmental concerns.
               
Course Code
EGN-3333
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand and describe common industrial procedures for employee health, safety and environment. The course covers the identification and control of hazards, occupational health, fire protection and prevention, safety management and ethics, safety regulations, safety inspection, accident investigation, personal protective equipment, and safety report documentation. Discuss environment protection, accident prevention, effective committee operations, accident investigation, and safety training.
               
Course Code
AHM-2903
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
"Introduces human factors principles that are essential for engineers in the field of aircraft maintenance. Topics covered include; human performance and limitations, social psychology, factors affecting performance, physical environment, communication, human error and hazards in the workplace. "
               
Course Code
EMC-3003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand and analyse methods of achieving good organisational and maintenance planning in industrial settings including benchmarking fundamentals, maintenance training, preventive maintenance, condition monitoring, maintenance inventory and purchasing and management reporting. Understand integration and benchmarking best practices in maintenance management and assess world-class maintenance management examples.
               
Course Code
MTH-2503
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Solve systems of linear equations, matrices, and first order differential equations; existence and uniqueness; second order differential equations; Laplace transform and its use in differential equations; and simple partial differential equations. The systems of linear equations and matrices, Gaussian elimination, matrix operation, inverse, linear transformation, Eigen values and Eigen vectors are applied to appropriate equations.
               
Course Code
EEL-4903
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EMC-2033
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Develop an understanding in the processes and technologies relative to manufacturing technology. Distinguish between primary and secondary manufacturing processes. Identify relevant design factors when selecting a manufacturing process and apply the methodology for a given component. Compare measurement systems, quality control of manufactured parts and technologies associated with Advanced Manufacturing Technology (AMT). 
               
Course Code
MTR-3013
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
LOG-3003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Develops familiarisation with current maritime transportation concepts from a geographic point of view. Elaborates on the transportation practices of businesses in the competitive environment of EU, CR and of world markets. The goal is also to gain ability to use the knowledge effectively in an enterprise management. 
               
Course Code
EMC-2013
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply material selection criteria for specific engineering applications through the understanding and identification of materials, their mechanical properties and material defects. Explain atomic bonding, structure, imperfections, grain-size and re-crystallization and describe material failure and causes of corrosion with prevention methods.
               
Course Code
EMC-3063
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Describe and categorise concepts and functions of various common machine elements including types of loading, flexible power transmission systems, keys and couplings, shafts, fasteners, welded joints and springs. Apply data and decision analysis techniques necessary to design these elements commonly found in mechanical devices and systems.
               
Course Code
EMT-4923
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand and explain mechanical vibrations of single, two and multiple degree-of-freedom systems. Explain the principles of vibration control such as vibration isolation and vibration absorbers. Conduct experiments to demonstrate the basic principles of mechanical vibrations.
               
Course Code
EMC-2043
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand, analyse and determine stress, strain, deformation, strain energy and load carrying capacity of structural members subjected to tension, compression, shear, torsion, bending and stress-strain transformation. Interpret engineering design concepts that are integrated into the course and conduct and analyse related laboratory experiments.
               
Course Code
EEC-2033
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The hardware and software architecture of a typical microcontroller system is described and used as a basis for the implementation of developed programmes. Top-down design is applied to the microcontroller system to implement solutions using on-chip timers, peripherals, and various modules for a selected range of applications. Circuit simulation and practical laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
ECH-2053
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Developing knowledge in fundamental principles of organic chemistry such as nomenclature, structure and properties of organic molecules, isomerism, reactions and mechanisms. Synthesising simple organic compounds, performing separation and purification experiments, and identifying compounds based on their functional groups. 
               
Course Code
EPT-4102
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
PHY-1103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
An inroductory level physics course that is essential for all Engineering programmes. It covers many of the fundamental principles of physics such as units of measurement, linear motion, circular motion and angular motion, forces and Newton''s laws of motion, work and energy, collisions and conservation laws, momentum and mechanical waves and oscillations. Laboratory work is required to reinforce and stress the importance of these principles using the experimental method for investigating and reporting results.
               
Course Code
PHY-1203
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
A second course of introductory level physics course that is key for several engineering programmes. It covers many of the fundamental principles of physics such as electric charge and elecrostatics fields, Coulomb's law and electric potential, electric current and magnetic fields, Ampere's law and Faraday's law of induction, optics, sound and mechanical waves. Laboratory work, utilising experimental methodology and written reports, is used to reinforce these principles.
               
Course Code
LOG-4203
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EEL-2003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EEL-2023
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The layout, main components, and characteristics of common electrical power generation plants are described with application to various thermal power plants. The power transmission process, from generation to distribution is described and expressions for resistance, inductance and capacitance of high-voltage power transmission lines are developed used to determine the equivalent circuit of a three-phase transmission line.
               
Course Code
MTH-1103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Provides the student with background mathematical skills essential for progression to the study of calculus and further engineering mathematics. Topics include polynomials, linear algebra, vectors, complex numbers, exponential and logarithmic functions, variation and inequalities. Software applications such as MATLAB are used as tools to solve problems.
               
Course Code
PHY-0103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EEL-2043
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The fundamentals of common electrical machines used are analysed through industrial applications. Three-phase electrical circuits are analysed as well as the operation of single-phase and three-phase electrical transformers. The steady state operation of DC machines and stepper motors is analysed and the performance characteristics of single and three- phase induction motors are discussed. Practical laboratories are utilised to reinforce concepts.
               
Course Code
EGN-3103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Describe the project management life cycle and discuss stakeholder impact. Develop a project work breakdown structure, define and identify major activities in each project phase, and describe team member roles, responsibilities, and authority. Schedule multiple projects, minimise resource conflicts and use a scheduling software tool to manage projects individually and together. Develop a resource plan with effective cost estimate, budgeting, control, and reporting. Assess and plan for project risk mitigation and auditing. Discuss resource allocation and apply to an engineering project.
               
Course Code
EMC-3163
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand and define basic concepts of automatic process control theory, and apply of these concepts in modern industrial applications. Design, build and simulate feedback control and feedforward control systems, and variations and extensions of these to more special purpose concepts and applications found in common practice.
               
Course Code
EMC-4143
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand the design, development, implementation and management of production planning systems. Identify elements, processes and technologies comprising the field of Manufacturing Planning and Control (MPC). Construct an Enterprise Resource Plan (ERP) to support MPS decisions and recognise implementation issues in MPC systems, supply chain optimisation, integration, transformation and benchmarking.
               
Course Code
EGN-4023
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
The Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) has many applications in industrial control systems. The PLC system structure is described in terms of hardware and components and programmed using ladder logic and device wiring techniques. The PLC, timer, and counter instructions are used to safely control simple systems in the laboratory. Systematic faultfinding and debugging techniques are used to implement an industry related application. 
               
Course Code
EMC-4043
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Classify refrigeration and air-conditioning systems and their applications in industry. Analyse air conditioning processes and psychrometrics to determine the properties of moist air. Understand and apply cooling loads estimations and analyse vapour compression refrigeration cycles, components, and systems. Conduct lab experiments and demonstrations to support key concepts with practical examples and applications.
               
Course Code
EGN-4913
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Renewable energy sources and systems for conversion of various forms of energy into electrical power are essential for sustainable systems. Common energy sources such as wind, solar, nuclear, fuel cell, hydro, biomass and geothermal are described by operational principles, block diagrams and construction. This course also introduces factors affecting generation, efficiency and integration of power sources to the grid from wind and solar-based energy systems.
               
Course Code
EPT-4203
Credit Hours
4
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EGN-4813
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
EEC-3073
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Time and frequency domain representation of fundamental, continuous and discrete time signals and systems are analysed. Topics include fundamental signals and operations, system properties, representation of linear time-invariant systems, continuous-time Fourier analysis, Laplace transform analysis, discrete-time Fourier analysis and the application of the Z transform to analyse digital systems. MATLAB is used to simulate, implement, and analyse signals and systems accordingly.
               
Course Code
ECV-2053
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Recognise the need for surveying in modern society particularly for civil engineering applications related to buildings, highways, utilities and any construction activity in the built environment. Use cutting-edge, state-of-the-art surveying equipment to perform a variety of surveying activities. Produce field notes, drawings, plots and calculations to meet industry standards. 
               
Course Code
EMC-2023
Credit Hours
4
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
MTH-1113
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply statistics to engineering problems. Calculate the measures of central tendency for populations and samples. Determine the probability of a set of numbers. Use relevant software to solve engineering problems. 
               
Course Code
ECV-2033
Credit Hours
2
Level
UG
Course Description
Utilise fundamental engineering mechanics principles and practices to determine shear force and bending moments in statically determinate structures. Assess the flexural behaviour of structural members subjected to transverse loading. Apply key concepts in a hands-on, structures-related project. 
               
Course Code
ECV-3033
Credit Hours
15
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
AHM-1803
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Aerodynamics is the study of objects moving through the air. In effect, aerodynamics is concerned with the aircraft, the relative wind and the atmosphere. Basic aerodynamics supports understanding of aircraft systems for courses taught later in the academic programme. Students will also complete practical using a range of tools, in accordance with relevant aircraft manuals.
               
Course Code
ECH-2063
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Describing thermodynamic properties of pure substances, properties and the equations-of-state of ideal and real gases to solve thermodynamic problems. Demonstrating a good command of understanding the laws of thermodynamics. Understanding Chemical Thermodynamics. Representing a typical thermodynamic cycle on a T-S diagram and calculating the performance of a steam power plant.
               
Course Code
EMC-3023
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand the first law of thermodynamics using heat transfer mechanisms, forms of mechanical work and the balance of energy; and apply to non-flow processes (closed systems) and flow processes (open systems). Determine thermos-physical properties of pure substances and ideal gases. Apply the second law of thermodynamics for thermal cycles.
               
Course Code
EMC-3053
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply the laws of thermodynamics in the design and optimisation of basic energy conversion processes within various power plants. Analyse fundamental thermodynamic properties including cycle efficiency.
               
Course Code
LOG-3403
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Geography and transportation intersection in terms of movement of people, goods, and information. Commuting, supplying energy needs, distributing goods, and acquiring personal wants. Examines the need for developing sufficient transport networks to meet growing economic development and mobility needs. Explains location theory and the rationale for the location of industry, cities, and systems in their current location. Develops an understanding of the role played by geography and geographic barriers, and of the spatial location aspects of the solutions to economic problems devised by societies. 
               
Course Code
ECV-4993
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Investigate the processes involved in facilitating the planning for future transportation facilities. Determine the factors to be considered in the planning of new transportation projects including traffic flow, safety, energy consumption, travel time, accessibility, socio-economic and environmental impacts. Create local responses to sustainability and ethical issues.
               
Course Code
AHA-3144
Credit Hours
44
Level
UG
Course Description
Provides information on civil aircraft systems and designs for engineers in the field of aircraft maintenance. Turbine aeroplane systems covers the range of airframe, electrical and avionic topics that support understanding of modern aircraft systems. Participants will also complete aircraft maintenance on aircraft systems using a range of tools and in accordance with relevant aircraft manuals.
               
Course Code
EMC-4003
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand the concepts, procedures, data and dimensional analysis techniques necessary to evaluate the flow and energy transfer through various types of turbo machines. Building upon knowledge gained from various engineering topics, develop skills to analyse the energy transfer that is taking place between a fluid and a rotating element due to dynamic action.
               
Course Code
ERK-3002
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
NA
               
Course Code
ERK-3004
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Gain relevant engineering experience in an actual working environment in order to provide an opportunity to develop and apply professional work ethics and practices. Transfer of engineering skills learned at college to the workplace is a major feature of this course.

CourseAAMAAWADMADWDBMDBWFJMFJWMZMMZWRKMRKWRWMRWWSJMSJW
               
Course Code
MTH-3013
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply hyperbolic functions and their inverse to solve complex functions. Solve problems requiring Taylor, Maclauren and Fourier series, operations with vectors dot and cross products, lines and planes. Functions of several variables, partial derivatives, double and triple integrals, moments, center of mass, volumes, double integrals in polar forms, triple integrals in cylindrical and spherical coordinates, line integrals and Green's theorem are also covered.
               
Course Code
EGN-3203
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply the basics of economic analysis for quantifying engineering business decisions. Recognise the importance of: the time value of money; analysis of single and multiple investments; comparison of alternatives; capital recovery and tax implications. Advanced analysis of certainty; uncertainty; risk analysis; public sector analysis and break-even concepts related to engineering projects. Demonstrate competency in key economic analysis using hands-on tools like case studies.
               
Course Code
EGN-3203
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply the basics of economic analysis for quantifying engineering business decisions. Recognise the importance of: the time value of money; analysis of single and multiple investments; comparison of alternatives; capital recovery and tax implications. Advanced analysis of certainty; uncertainty; risk analysis; public sector analysis and break-even concepts related to engineering projects. Demonstrate competency in key economic analysis using hands-on tools like case studies.
               
Course Code
EGN-3333
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand and describe common industrial procedures for employee health, safety and environment. The course covers the identification and control of hazards, occupational health, fire protection and prevention, safety management and ethics, safety regulations, safety inspection, accident investigation, personal protective equipment, and safety report documentation. Discuss environment protection, accident prevention, effective committee operations, accident investigation, and safety training.
               
Course Code
MTH-2503
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Solve systems of linear equations, matrices, and first order differential equations; existence and uniqueness; second order differential equations; Laplace transform and its use in differential equations; and simple partial differential equations. The systems of linear equations and matrices, Gaussian elimination, matrix operation, inverse, linear transformation, Eigen values and Eigen vectors are applied to appropriate equations.
               
Course Code
MTH-2503
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Solve systems of linear equations, matrices, and first order differential equations; existence and uniqueness; second order differential equations; Laplace transform and its use in differential equations; and simple partial differential equations. The systems of linear equations and matrices, Gaussian elimination, matrix operation, inverse, linear transformation, Eigen values and Eigen vectors are applied to appropriate equations.
               
Course Code
LOG-3702
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Examines tasks of logistics, supply chain management, logistics and controlling the supply chain. Works with case studies in writing and templates to provide solutions. Solve problems using different software products. The application of methods and techniques of management accounting can be learned in the field of logistics and supply chain management.
               
Course Code
EMC-2043
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand, analyse and determine stress, strain, deformation, strain energy and load carrying capacity of structural members subjected to tension, compression, shear, torsion, bending and stress-strain transformation. Interpret engineering design concepts that are integrated into the course and conduct and analyse related laboratory experiments.
               
Course Code
EGN-3103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Describe the project management life cycle and discuss stakeholder impact. Develop a project work breakdown structure, define and identify major activities in each project phase, and describe team member roles, responsibilities, and authority. Schedule multiple projects, minimise resource conflicts and use a scheduling software tool to manage projects individually and together. Develop a resource plan with effective cost estimate, budgeting, control, and reporting. Assess and plan for project risk mitigation and auditing. Discuss resource allocation and apply to an engineering project.
               
Course Code
EGN-3103
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Describe the project management life cycle and discuss stakeholder impact. Develop a project work breakdown structure, define and identify major activities in each project phase, and describe team member roles, responsibilities, and authority. Schedule multiple projects, minimise resource conflicts and use a scheduling software tool to manage projects individually and together. Develop a resource plan with effective cost estimate, budgeting, control, and reporting. Assess and plan for project risk mitigation and auditing. Discuss resource allocation and apply to an engineering project.
               
Course Code
EGN-4913
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Renewable energy sources and systems for conversion of various forms of energy into electrical power are essential for sustainable systems. Common energy sources such as wind, solar, nuclear, fuel cell, hydro, biomass and geothermal are described by operational principles, block diagrams and construction. This course also introduces factors affecting generation, efficiency and integration of power sources to the grid from wind and solar-based energy systems.
               
Course Code
EMC-2023
Credit Hours
2
Level
UG
Course Description
Understand the fundamentals of statics for particles and rigid bodies and the principles of dynamics with engineering applications. Use this understanding to analyse and solve problems in planar equilibrium, forces in structural members and problems in kinematics and kinetics for particles and rigid bodies.
               
Course Code
MTH-1113
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Apply statistics to engineering problems. Calculate the measures of central tendency for populations and samples. Determine the probability of a set of numbers. Use relevant software to solve engineering problems.
               
Course Code
ERK-3002
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
This course requires the student to gain relevant engineering experience in an actual working environment in order to provide an opportunity to develop and apply professional work ethics and practices. Transfer of engineering skills learned at college to the workplace is a major feature of this course.
               
Course Code
ERK-3002
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
This course requires the student to gain relevant engineering experience in an actual working environment in order to provide an opportunity to develop and apply professional work ethics and practices. Transfer of engineering skills learned at college to the workplace is a major feature of this course.
               
Course Code
ERK-3004
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Gain relevant engineering experience in an actual working environment in order to provide an opportunity to develop and apply professional work ethics and practices. Transfer of engineering skills learned at college to the workplace is a major feature of this course.
               
Course Code
ERK-3004
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Gain relevant engineering experience in an actual working environment in order to provide an opportunity to develop and apply professional work ethics and practices. Transfer of engineering skills learned at college to the workplace is a major feature of this course.
               
Course Code
ERK-3004
Credit Hours
3
Level
UG
Course Description
Gain relevant engineering experience in an actual working environment in order to provide an opportunity to develop and apply professional work ethics and practices. Transfer of engineering skills learned at college to the workplace is a major feature of this course.

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