Degree Program

 

Students are required to pass successfully an entrance examination that focuses on the students- academic background in the related program and on their analytical abilities. Entrance Exam will include two parts, one hour each. The first part is general and the second is a technical specific exam.

  • The general exam (one hour exam) assesses the student general analytical ability through questions.
  • The technical exam (one hour exam) assesses the student's basic scientific background through questions in specializations shown in the table below:

 

ECE ( Electronics and Comminucations Engineering)

 

CSE (Computer Science and Engineering)

 

MTR(Mechatronics and Robotics Engineering)

  • Analog and Digital Communications, including Optical Communication Systems.
  • Digital Signal Processing.
  • Analog and Digital Electronics

 

 
  • Computer Architecture
  • Algorithms
  • Discrete Math and Programming Languages
  • Networking
 
  • Automatic control
  • Robotics
  • Electronics
  • Programming
  • Mechatronics
  • Dynamics
  • Machine Design

 

 

IEM( Industrial Engineering and Systems Management)

 

MSE(Materials Science and Engineering)

 

ERE(Energy Resources and Environmental Engineering)

  • Operations research: linear programming applications (formulation -graphical solution-sensitivity analysis)
  • Project planning (CPM-PERT-crashing cost)
  • Operations Management (forecasting- deterministic inventory models – line balancing)
  • Traditional manufacturing processes (cutting conditions-tool life)
  • Non conventional machining (EDM-ECM-Water Jet Machining-Plasma Jet Machining -laser cutting)

 

 
  • Basics of metallurgy (Crystal structure, phase transformation, solidification, deformation).
  • Materials selection.
  • Basics of Electrochemistry.
  • Polymer and composite materials.
  • Basics of glass and ceramics.
  • Basics of organic and analytical chemistry.
  • Materials Properties.
  • Materials characterization.

 

 

Mechanical Power and Energy Engineering (include Thermodynamics, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Combustion Engineering, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning, Heat Exchangers).

ENV( Environmental Engineering)

 

CPE(Chemical and Petrochemicals Engineering)

 
 

Basic scientific background in the basic Engineering Sciences to suit all engineering students.

 

 
  • Basic Chemical and Petrochemicals Engineering Principles
  • Thermodynamics and kinetics
  • Physical Chemistry.
  • Separation Processes.
  • Environmental Chemistry and Corrosion.