School Of Engineering

Where innovation meets excellence in shaping future engineering leaders

Undergraduate Programs

  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Mechanics of Materials
    • Thermodynamics
    • Fluid Mechanics
    • Heat Transfer
    • Machine Design
  • Course Description: The BSME program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of mechanical engineering principles and their applications. Courses cover topics such as mechanics, thermodynamics, and machine design, preparing students for careers in industries such as automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue roles as mechanical engineers, design engineers, project managers, and research analysts.
  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Circuit Analysis
    • Electronics
    • Electromagnetics
    • Power Systems
    • Control Systems
  • Course Description: The BSEE program focuses on the study of electrical systems, devices, and circuits. Students learn about topics such as circuit analysis, electronics, and control systems, preparing them for careers in industries such as power generation, telecommunications, and electronics.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue roles as electrical engineers, power systems engineers, telecommunications specialists, and control systems engineers.
  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Structural Analysis
    • Transportation Engineering
    • Geotechnical Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering
    • Construction Management
  • Course Description: The BSCE program covers the design, construction, and maintenance of infrastructure projects. Courses include topics such as structural analysis, transportation engineering, and environmental engineering, preparing students for careers in civil engineering firms, government agencies, and construction companies.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue roles as civil engineers, structural engineers, transportation planners, environmental consultants, and construction managers.
  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Digital Logic Design
    • Computer Architecture
    • Embedded Systems
    • Computer Networks
    • Software Engineering
  • Course Description: The BSCpE program integrates principles of computer science and electrical engineering. Students learn about topics such as digital logic design, computer architecture, and software engineering, preparing them for careers in industries such as computer hardware, embedded systems, and telecommunications.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue roles as computer engineers, embedded systems engineers, network administrators, software developers, and system architects.
  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Chemical Thermodynamics
    • Transport Phenomena
    • Reaction Engineering
    • Process Control
    • Biochemical Engineering
  • Course Description: The BSChE program focuses on the study of chemical processes and their applications. Courses cover topics such as thermodynamics, transport phenomena, and reaction engineering, preparing students for careers in industries such as chemical manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and biotechnology.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue roles as chemical engineers, process engineers, environmental consultants, research scientists, and production managers.
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Graduate Programs

  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Advanced Mechanics
    • Finite Element Analysis
    • Advanced Thermodynamics
    • Robotics and Automation
    • Advanced Materials
  • Course Description: The MSME program offers advanced study in mechanical engineering, focusing on areas such as advanced mechanics, robotics, and materials science. Students develop expertise in theoretical and applied aspects of mechanical engineering, preparing them for leadership roles in industry or academia.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue roles as research engineers, design engineers, project managers, and engineering consultants.
  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Advanced Circuit Design
    • Power Electronics
    • Digital Signal Processing
    • Wireless Communications
    • Photonics and Optoelectronics
  • Course Description: The MSEE program provides advanced study in electrical engineering, covering topics such as advanced circuit design, digital signal processing, and wireless communications. Students gain expertise in cutting-edge technologies and applications, preparing them for roles in industries such as telecommunications, semiconductor, and electronics.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue roles as electrical engineers, telecommunications specialists, semiconductor engineers, and research scientists.
  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Advanced Structural Analysis
    • Transportation Systems Engineering
    • Environmental Engineering Design
    • Construction Project Management
  • Course Description: The MSCE program offers advanced study in civil engineering, focusing on specialized areas such as structural analysis, transportation systems, and environmental engineering. Students develop expertise in design, analysis, and management of civil engineering projects, preparing them for leadership roles in consulting firms, government agencies, and construction companies.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue roles as civil engineering managers, transportation planners, environmental engineers, and construction project managers.
  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Advanced Computer Architecture
    • VLSI Design
    • Embedded Systems Development
    • Network Security
  • Course Description: The MSCpE program provides advanced study in computer engineering, covering topics such as advanced computer

Doctoral Programs

  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Advanced Fluid Dynamics
    • Advanced Heat Transfer
    • Advanced Materials Engineering
  • Course Description: The Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering program offers advanced study and research opportunities in mechanical engineering fields. Students delve into topics such as advanced fluid dynamics, heat transfer, and materials engineering, conducting original research and contributing to the advancement of the field.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue careers as research scientists, engineering professors, or lead engineers in research and development departments of industries.
  • Curriculum Outline:
    • Advanced Power Systems
    • Advanced Electronics
    • Advanced Signal Processing
  • Course Description: The Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering program focuses on advanced research in electrical engineering disciplines. Students explore topics such as advanced power systems, electronics, and signal processing, conducting innovative research projects and contributing to technological advancements.
  • Future Career Paths: Graduates can pursue careers as research engineers, technology innovators, or academic scholars in electrical engineering fields.
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